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Scott Baggett

Statistician
240 West Prospect Road
Fort Collins
Colorado
United States
80526-2098

Phone: 970-498-1240
Fax: 970-498-1212
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Education

  • Rice University, Ph.D. Statistics 2000
  • University of Arkansas, M.S. Statistics 1994
  • Texas A&M University, M.S. Biological Oceanography 1985
  • University of Oklahoma, B.S. Zoology 1980

Professional Experience

  • Supervisory Statistician, USDA Rocky Mountain Research Station
    2010 - Current
  • Lecturer, Rice University Department of Statistics
    1999 - 2010
  • Senior Statistician, Rice University, Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business
    1999 - 2010

Publications

Research Highlights

HighlightTitleYear


RMRS-2016-196
Northern Goshawks on the Kaibab Plateau: A 20-year Investigation Into Factors Affecting Their Demography

The northern goshawk is designated as a “sensitive species” in all Forest Service regions. This designation is a consequence of a contention ...

2016


RMRS-2019-56
Remnant Old-growth Ponderosa Pine Forests Provide Insights on Spatial Patterns

Researchers are increasingly recognizing that ponderosa pine forests naturally occur in clumps of trees with isolated single trees in a matrix o ...

2019


FPL-2016-197
Southwestern Forests: The Importance of Snags and Logs

Snags (standing dead trees) and logs are a critical component of ecosystems. They contribute to decay dynamics and other ecological processes in ...

2016


RMRS-2019-14
Using FIA Data to Predict Forest Understory Vegetation Structure

Understanding the structure of understory vegetation in forests is critical for estimating carbon stocks, fuel loading, and assessing wildlife h ...

2019


Last updated on : 05/17/2021