I am a Ph.D. student and Boone and Crockett Fellow in the Wildlife and Fisheries Department at Texas A&M University studying climate change impacts, specifically temperature, on bison and how it affects bison conservation and industry. I have worked with bison since 1999 in various capacities, as a rancher/owner, as a paleontologist, and as a wildlife scientist.
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Bison@Large: A Blog
"Keep ruminating about bison!"
Hot bison in a warming world: consequences of climate, heat load, and nutrition for managing a keystone species in the Great Plains
Some videos featuring Jeff at various events and discussing my research.
Fossil record of bison on the Colorado Plateau and the Grand Canyon
Here is my thesis highlights, discussion points, and the full PDF version.