engineering

Clevenger, Anthony (Tony)

Senior research scientist
Western Transportation Institute/College of Engineering
Montana State University - Bozeman

Research into the ecological effects of roads crosses several disciplines, but relies on the successful integration of transportation engineering and conservation biology. Since 1996, I have been directing long-term research assessing the impacts of highways and performance of their mitigation measures designed to reduce fragmentation of wildlife habitat. Since 2002, I’ve been continuing research in the Canadian Rocky Mountains and contracted as a research wildlife biologist for the Western Transportation Institute (WTI, College of Engineering) at Montana State University.

Gibson, Katie

Software Developer
Mobile and Web Application Development
Mountainworks Software, High Country Apps

Katie works as a software developer in Bozeman, Montana. She has degrees in electrical engineering (BS) and computer science (MS). Katie spent 15 years working for Hewlett-Packard, initially as a hardware engineer, later as a software engineer, and finally as a supervisory systems & automation software engineer. Since leaving HP in 1999, Katie has consulted in computer science (with projects ranging from cloud-based to mobile) for companies across the USA. She is interested in developing mobile applications that deliver high quality science and natural history information.

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