Murrow Lab

Applied Spatial Wildlife Ecology

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Welcome.  I’m a research ecologist and professional asker of questions.  My work is motivated by a sense of community, curiosity, and open-mindedness.   I’m interested in the nature of the patterns of animal behaviors and movements.  By combining natural history, quantitative analyses, and modeling, I attempt to define the interactions between humans, animals, and the environment.   I enjoy using these methods to find applied solutions to specific wildlife management issues. 
                                                                                                                          ~Jennifer L. Murrow
 
                                                                                                                                                                                       

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Select Publications: 

Deerhake, M., J. L. Murrow, K. Heller, D. Cobb, and B. Howard.  2016.  Assessing the Feasibility of a Sustainable, Huntable Elk Population in North Carolina.  Journal of the Southeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 3: 303–312.

Pack, Shalynn, M. N. Ferreira, R. Krithivasan, J. L. Murrow, E. Bernarde, M. B. Masciaf. 2016. Protected area downgrading, downsizing, and degazettement (PADDD) in the Amazon.  Biological Conservation, Volume 197, May 2016, Pages 32–39.

Murrow, J. L. 2015. Climate change vulnerability assessments for wildlife and wildlife habitats in the District of Columbia. District Department of the Environment. Climate change chapter for State Wildlife Action Plan, Washington D.C. 

Clark, J. L., J. Laufenberg, M. Davidson, and J. L. Murrow. 2015. Connectivity among subpopulations of Louisiana black bears as estimated by a step-selection function. Journal of Wildlife Management 79 (8): 1347-1360.

Murrow, J. L., C. A. Thatcher, F. T. van Manen, and J. D. Clark. 2013. A data-based conservation planning tool for Florida panthers. Environmental Modelling and Assessment 18:159–170.

Murrow, J. L. and J. D. Clark. 2012. Effects of Hurricane Katrina and Rita on Louisiana Black Bear Habitat. Ursus 23: 192–205.

Kindall, J. K., L. I. Muller, J. D. Clark, J. L. Lupardus, and J. L. Murrow. 2011. Population viability analysis to identify management priorities for reintroduced elk in the Cumberland Mountains, Tennessee. Journal of Wildlife Management, 75:1745-1752.

Yarkovich, J., J. D. Clark, and J. L. Murrow. 2011. Effects of black bear relocation on elk calf recruitment at Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Journal of Wildlife Management. 75(5): 1145–1154. 

Murrow, J. L., J. D. Clark, E. K. Delozier. 2009. Demographics of an experimentally Released Population of Elk in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Journal of Wildlife Management 73(8): 1261–1268.