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Tyler Turner

Bowling Green State University
Graduate Student
Toledo, Ohio Area
As a biologist, I have made it my mission to gain experience and research in a broad variety of fields. My interests are focused on ecology, conservation, and genetics. I have worked with private, academic, and government agencies on a wide range of projects and species; from ptarmigans to wolves, dolphins to bats. Currently I am working on my masters thesis with Dr. Karen Root at Bowling Green State University. I am researching the effects of human land use on local bat populations. My goal is to combine the various aspects of my past and current research into a job in management and conservation.​ I would like to continue working with multiple disciplines and species to increase my understanding of the natural world as a whole.


** I will be giving a talk Wednesday, April 11th at 2:30 titled "Examining Bat Activity, Diversity, and Distribution in an Agricultural Mosaic Landscape" in the Adams Room. I hope to see you there!

https://usiale2018.sched.com/event/DePr/processes-in-agricultural-landscapes-examining-bat-activity-diversity-and-distribution-in-an-agricultural-mosaic-landscape?iframe=no&w=100%&sidebar=yes&bg=no
Sunday, April 8
 

6:30pm

 
Monday, April 9
 

8:15am

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Tuesday, April 10
 

8:15am

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Wednesday, April 11
 

8:15am

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Thursday, April 12
 

7:00am