The purpose of the Bonnycastle Fellowship in Wetland and Waterfowl Biology is to assist in developing talented young professionals who are dedicated to furthering the conservation of wetlands and wildlife, and to advance the scientific understanding of waterfowl and wetland biology.
This fellowship has been awarded to Madeleine Lohman, a PhD student at the University of Nevada, Reno for their research on mallard population dynamics in the Prairie Pothole Region. Population dynamics and species distributions shift over time and space. Elucidating the mechanisms behind these changes allows us to better predict the effects of environmental change. Madeleine is developing and implementing models, from the fields of Bayesian statistics and mathematics, to as

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