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USDA Forest Service
Northeastern Research Station


Forestry Sciences Laboratory

PO Box 267
Irvine, PA 16329

(814) 563-1040

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Scott Stoleson

[Picture] - Scott Stoleson

Scott Stoleson
USDA Forest Service
Northern Research Station
PO Box 267
Irvine, PA 16329
Phone: 814-563-1040
email: sstoleson@fs.fed.us





 
Education:
Career Summary:

My current research focuses on evaluating the impacts of land management on the distribution, abundance, and demography of vertebrate populations, and assessing habitat requirements of wildlife communities and species of special concern (such as the Cerulean Warbler) on the Allegheny Plateau. Before joining NE-4152, I held a post-doctoral position with the Albuquerque lab of the Rocky Mountain Research Station, where I studied threatened and endangered birds of Southwestern riparian woodlands. Prior to joining the Forest Service, I studied avian demography and conservation in a variety of studies in the western United States, Central and South America.

Specific Experience:
  • Research Wildlife Biologist, RWU NE-4152, Irvine, PA, 2002-present
  • Research Wildlife Biologist, RWU RM-4351, Albuquerque, NM, 1997-2002
  • Graduate Research Assistant, Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1989-1997
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Selected Publications