Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory

Dr. Tom Hobbs Lab

Dr. N Thompson Hobbs Deer CaptureDr. N.Thompson Hobbs
Senior Research Scientist, NREL
Colorado State University

Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory
Campus Mail 1499
Fort Collins, CO 80523-1499

Phone: (970) 491-5738

Curriculum Vitae

Our group seeks to understand the population dynamics and community interactions of large mammals throughout the world. Currently, we work on large herbivores and carnivores in western North America and Scandinavia. We investigate how chronic and epidemic disease shape population processes; we study the role of predation and weather in controlling animal abundance and harvest by people; and we work to reveal how the structure of food webs, the physical environment, and climate shape fundamental the structure and function of ecosystems. In all of our work, we use models of ecological process to gain insight from data.

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