Compton, Bradley W.
Brad is currently involved in two projects: The UMass Landscape Ecology Program’s Biodiversity Project project, and a field study of Blanding’s turtles in eastern Massachusetts with the Massachusetts Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit. These projects are both concerned with landscape-scale conservation, and are complementary examples of coarse- and fine-filter approaches. Brad is interested in research that supports a proactive approach to conservation by developing coarse-filter multi-species and community-based approaches and integrating these approaches with more traditional fine-filter approaches focused on endangered species.
- The UMass Landscape Ecology Program’s Biodiversity Project project
- Blanding’s turtles in eastern Massachusetts with the Massachusetts Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit.
Selected Recent Publications
Compton, B. W., J. M. Rhymer, and M. McCollough. 2002. Habitat selection by wood turtles (Clemmys insculpta): an application of paired logistic regression. Ecology 83(3):833-843.
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