Adrienne Kovach Associate Professor Department of Natural Resources and the Environment University of New Hampshire 114 James Hall, 56 College Road, Durham, NH 03824 603-862-1603 email@example.com
Research in our lab is focused on the population ecology and conservation of vertebrates. We use interdisciplinary approaches, often integrating genetic and genomic tools with population and landscape modeling and the collection of observational and ecological data. We address fundamental and applied questions about animal dispersal, population structure and gene flow, ecological adaptation, speciation, and occupancy and abundance monitoring.
Check out our new paper on the range-wide New England cottontail monitoring effort.
Welcome to new PhD students Andrew Wiegardt, Jonathan Clark, and Emily Patterson, along with postdoc Lindsey Fenderson, who have joined our team on the NSF EPSCoR Track 2 collaborative project with colleagues at UNH and UMaine on the Genomic Ecology of Coastal Organisms! Our project seeks to investigate genome-phenome relationships in the wild, using our model study system in tidal marsh birds.
Our recent NH Seagrant - supported Cod Stock Structure Symposium - with fisherman, scientists and fisheries managers - was a success. Check out the website for presentations and updates.