Bruce G. Marcot is a Research Wildlife Ecologist with the Ecological Process and Function Research Program, USDA Forest Service, in Portland, Oregon, USA.* He holds a B.S. and M.S. in Natural Resources from Humboldt State University, California, and a Ph.D. in Wildlife Science from Oregon State University. He participates in projects dealing with analysis of wildlife population viability, assessment of biodiversity, alternative approaches to conservation of rare and little-known species, and ecologically sustainable land-use planning. He has worked or traveled in Russia, China, India, Mexico, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Bolivia, Europe, Bahamas, Virgin Islands, New Zealand & sub-Antarctica, Australia, Congo, southern Africa, Canada, the Continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, and elsewhere.
His interests -- some of which are represented on his various personal web sites -- include traveling & camping, archeoastronomy, classical music composition, birding, pen and ink artwork, photography, poetry, writing, motorcycling, linguistics, studies of epistemology & philosophy of science, computers & artificial intelligence programming, and other realms.
He can be reached here via e-mail.
Personal web sites*:
EPOW: Ecology Picture of the Week
The Plexus: A Crossroad of Disciplines
The Owls Plexus: Science, Art, Myth of Owls
Bayes Nets: Application of Bayesian Network Models
*Disclaimer: Bruce G. Marcot's personal web sites are entirely his own personal creation and are not supported by USDA Forest Service.