Researcher & GIS Analyst, Rocky Mountain Wild
Paul Millhouser is a landscape ecologist and GIS specialist for Rocky Mountain Wild whose research focuses on the impact of human development on wildlife and on wildlife migration.
The Rocky Mountains are his primary research area, but he has also worked on studies of Africa and Mongolia. He completed hia Master’s of GIS at Penn State in 2019. His capstone project, “Evaluating Landscape Connectivity and Habitat Fragmentation Effects on Elk in the Roaring Fork and Eagle Valleys,” used landscape ecology to understand elk population trends in the Colorado Rockies.
Bio from Steamboat Library
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