Dr. Tom Nupp

Dr. Tom Nupp

Wildlife Science

McEver 205
Phone: 479-968-0313
Russellville, AR 72801
Fax: 479-964-0837


PhD, Wildlife Science, Purdue University, 1997
MS, Wildlife Science, Auburn University, 1992
BS, Biology/Ecology, Penn State University, 1987

Least Tern

Courses Taught

GIS for Natural Resources
Research Methods I
Wildlife Techniques

Professional Information

Past Secretary/Treasurer Arkansas State
Chapter of the Wildlife Society

Research Interests

Small mammal population dynamics; management of game and non-game species; use of spatially explicit models to describe landscape-level population processes

Current/Recent Research Projects

Effects of oak woodland restoration on small mammals in the Ozark National Forest
Status of nesting Least Tern populations on the Arkansas and Red rivers in Arkansas
Roosting behavior of Eastern red bats
Use of remote camera systems to study carnivore behavior

Gray Squirrel

Professional Memberships

American Society of Mammalogists
Ecological Society of America
The Wildlife Society
Arkansas Academy of Sciences

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