Personnel: Nafus



Melia Nafus

Position: Graduate Student Researcher

Campus Address:
Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology
University of California, Davis
One Shields Ave
Davis, CA 95616

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Present:   Ph.D. student, Graduate Group in Ecology - University of California, Davis

Research Interests:

Melia is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Dr. Brian Todd's research lab in the Graduate Group in Ecology. Melia has always had a strong interest in reptiles and the natural world. More recently, her attention has been focused on conservation of these species. In particular, she is interested in using biotelemetry to study movement and spatial use in species of conservation interest, which otherwise present logistical difficulties that impede observation and study. Further, Melia believes using telemetry to identify resource selection is a useful method to gain understanding about habitat use, resource needs, and ultimately improve management strategies for declining species.



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