Brenda E. Strohmeyer
Supervisory Biological Science Technician
2500 South Pine Knoll Drive
Flagstaff Festival of Science - Camp Colton - Greenhouse for School and Community Projects - In School Programs and Educational Kits - County Fair - Eagle Eyes Family Science Day - More Kids in the Woods, Flagstaff in the Woods
Conservation Education and Outreach to the community, and to school groups
Conservation Education is an important part of our existence. The individuals within a community need to know who we are and what we do and also the importance of why we do the research we conduct. This is the basis of our funding and our ability to do the science.
Why This Research is Important
Ganey, J.L., W.M. Block, and B.E. Strohmeyer. In prep. Home range and habitat use of Mexican spotted owls in two landscapes, Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico.Block, W., B. Strohmeyer, J. Dwyer, K. Covert, and L. Doll. 2003. Fire effects on ponderosa pine birds in the American Southwest: are they going up in smoke?
- Northern Arizona University, Biology , 1992
Featured Publications & Products
- Ganey, Joseph L.; Block, William M.; Ward, James P., Jr..; Strohmeyer, Brenda E. 2005. Home Range, Habitat Use, Survival, And Fecundity Of Mexican Spotted Owls In The Sacramento Mountains, New Mexico.
- Ganey, Joseph L.; Block, William M.; Dwyer, Jill K.; Strohmeyer, Brenda E.; Jenness, Jeffrey S. 1998. Dispersal Movements And Survival Rates Of Juvenile Mexican Spotted Owls In Northern Arizona.