Dr. Julie Young is the Field Station and Project Leader for the Predator Ecology & Behavioral Applications Project in Logan, UT. Her research focuses on behavior, ecology, and management of carnivores, utilizing wild and captive carnivore populations to understand and reduce human-wildlife conflict. She also has an appointment as Assistant Professor in the Department of Wildland Resources at Utah State University.
NWRC Research Project: Predator Research
Buuveibaatar, B., J. K. Young, J. Berger, A. E. Fine, B. Lkhagvasuren, P. Zahler, and T. K. Fuller. 2013. Factors affecting survival and cause-specific mortality of saiga calves in Mongolia. Journal of Mammalogy 94:127-136.
Schell, C.J., J.K. Young, E.V. Lonsdorf, and R.M. Santymire. 2013. Anthropogenic and physiologically induced stress responses in captive coyotes. Journal of Mammalogy 94(5): 1131-1140. doi: 10.1644/13-MAMM-A-001.1.
Last Modified: February 2, 2014