ecological applications

Belote, Travis

Senior Research Ecologist
Research Department, Northern Rockies Office
The Wilderness Society

Dr. Travis Belote earned his PhD in Biological Sciences from Virginia Tech in 2008 and serves as a forest ecologist in the Research Department of The Wilderness Society in its Northern Rockies Regional Office in Bozeman, Montana. His research focuses on questions related to how ecological communities are structured and their response to disturbance, land use change, natural resource management, and aspects of global change (including biological invasions).

Cummins, Breschine

Assistant Research Professor
Mathematical Sciences
Montana State University - Bozeman

I am currently working with faculty in Land Resources and Environmental Science to develop mathematical models of agricultural and ecological processes. I am interested in developing other collaborations with researchers in ecology whose work would benefit from the addition of mathematical models.

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