Cooperative Research Units
Education, Research And Technical Assistance For Managing Our Natural Resources
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About the Wisconsin Wildlife Unit

WCWRU logo drawn by Travis Anderson, Unit graduate student.

The major objectives of the Wiscosnin Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit are to conduct and direct research related to the solution of problems of mutual concern related to wildlife and their habitats; direct and guide the training of students in wildlife science at the graduate level and provide in-service training for agency employees; supply technical advice and assistance to Federal, State, and private conservation agencies in the management of wildlife resources; provide conservation education through publications, correspondence, lectures, and demonstrations.

The operations of the Unit are governed by a formal Cooperative Agreement signed by the four formal cooperators. Unit offices are located on the University of Wisconsin Campus in Madison. The Leader and Assistant Leader of the Unit are, by appointment, members of the Graduate Faculty at the University of Wisconsin.

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Current Staff

Federal Staff: 1

Masters Students: 1

Phd Students: 0

Post Docs: 6

University Staff: 3

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 11

Scientific Publications: 33

Presentations: 70

 

Contact Us

Wisconsin Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit Madison, WI 53706-1598 Phone: (608) 263 - 4519 Fax: (608) 262 - 9922 Our University Web Site

Unit Leader

Christine Ribic

Dr. Ribic has experience working on conservation issues both in the terrestrial and marine ecosystems. She is trained as an ecologist and as a statistician.

Wisconsin Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  2. U.S. Geological Survey
  3. University of Wisconsin
  4. Wildlife Management Institute
  5. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources