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Dr. Eric M. Gese

Dr. Eric M. Gese

Professor (USDA National Wildlife Research Center, Predator Behavior and Ecology)
Department: Ecology Center, Wildland Resources
Departmental Role: Wildland Resources Faculty
Status: Faculty
Location:  NR 128
Office Phone:  435.797.2542
Fax:  435.797.0288
Utah State University
Wildland Resources Department
5230 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-5230
Peter Alexander - MS
Jennifer Kordosky - MS
Kate Lillie - PhD
Brian Kluever - PhD
Bradley Nichols - MS
Brett Panting - MS
Tessa Smith - MS

Research Interests: Dr. Gese has been conducting field research on wild carnivores since 1983 with a major focus on the behavior, ecology, and management of coyotes, wolves, and foxes in North America, plus research on jaguars and pumas in Brazil. Research interests also include wildlife damage management, predator-prey relationships, and behavioral ecology of carnivores. Currently a Research Wildlife Biologist with the Predator Ecology and Behavioral Applications Field Station with an appointment as Research Associate Professor in the Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University.