Personnel: Brown



Danielle D. Brown

Position: Doctoral Student Researcher

Campus Address:
107C Zoology Field Station
Department of Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior

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Present: University of California, Davis – Doctoral Student, Animal Behavior Graduate Group

2006: University of California, Davis – M.S. Animal Behavior

2001: Cornell University – B.S. Neurobiology & Behavior

Honors and Awards:

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, 2006-2009

University of California Eugene V. Cota-Robles Graduate Fellow, 2004-2006

Research Interests:

Conservation and management applications of behavior in large mammals.

Recent Publications and Presentations:

Sergio, F., Caro, T., Brown, D.,  Clucas, B.,  Hunter, J.,  Ketchum, J.,  McHugh, K.,  and F. Hiraldo.  2008.  "Top Predators as Conservation Tools: Ecological Rationale, Assumptions, and Efficacy."  Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 39, 1-19.

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