Danielle C Miles
Danielle is a PhD student in her fourth year as part of the A.P.E. lab. I am working on measuring the broad impacts of pinyon and juniper tree removal in sagebrush ecosystems on bat, bird, reptile, small mammal and insect populations. Besides this ecological study, I am interested in exploring anthropogenic effects on the environment such as climate change and deforestation with specific emphasis on the implications for amphibians.
- My previous lab: https://msu.edu/~plz/people.html
- My linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-miles-79a08489
- My experience in Madagascar: http://www.cnn.com/videos/world/2016/02/05/african-voices-the-disruptors-spc-b.cnn
Danielle has published three natural history notes (one additional currently in prep) during her time in the A.P.E. lab so far, and will be submitting the first chapter of her dissertation this summer.
Miles, D.C., Burrus, K.R., Burrus, M., and K.T. Shoemaker. In prep. Foot Drumming in Pinyon Mice, Peromyscus truei. Western North American Naturalist.