B.A., Environmental Studies and Biology, 1991, University of California, Santa Cruz, CA
M.S., Natural Resource Sciences, 1993, Washington State University, Pullman, WA
Ph.D., Ecology, expected 2004, University of California, Davis, CA
My research has focused on conservation issues related to wildlife in managed habitatsfrom the post-release study of sub-adult bobcats in an urban-wildland interface, to the distribution and ecology of bats and carnivores in forested habitats. My main interests concern the effects of landscape pattern and habitat alteration on species and community ecology, species distribution and basic ecology, and the development and refinement of remote techniques for inventory, monitoring and ecological study of wildlife.
Campbell, L.A. 2004. Distribution and habitat associations of mammalian carnivores
in the central and southern Sierra Nevada. PhD dissertation. University of California,
Davis, CA 177pp. (Article in PDF format)
Campbell, L.A. and W.J. Zielinski (in prep.). Habitat associations of carnivores
in the central and southern Sierra Nevada based on detection data.
Campbell, L.A., D.A. Kelt, and W.J. Zielinski (in prep.). Distribution and co-occurrence
of carnivores in the central and southern Sierra Nevada.
Campbell, L.A., W.J. Zielinski, J.Baldwin (in prep.). Comparison of effectiveness
and cost of methods to detect carnivores.
Zielinski, W. J., L. A. Campbell, and D. Macfarlane. (2000). Species risk assessment
for four forest carnivores in the Sierra Nevada. Sierra Nevada Forest Plan Amendment,
Draft Environmental Impact Statement USDA Forest Service.
Campbell, L.A., D. Macfarlane (2000). Risk assessment for bat species in the
Sierra Nevada. Sierra Nevada Forest Plan Amendment, Draft Environmental Impact
Statement USDA Forest Service.
Campbell, L.A., T.B. Graham, L. Thibault, and P. Stine. 1996. The arroyo toad
(Bufo microscaphus californicus): ecology, threats, recovery actions and research
needs. California Science Center General Technical Report 96-01.
Campbell, L.A., J.G. Hallett, and M.A. O'Connell. 1996. Conservation of bats
in managed forests: roost use by Lasionycteris noctivagans. Journal of Mammalogy
Campbell, L.A. 1991. Post-release study of three sub-adult bobcats (Lynx rufus)
to evaluate the success of pre-release handling techniques. Undergraduate Thesis.
University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA. 36pp.