To: Faculty & Students, Department of Environmental Conservation
From: Stephen DeStefano (Committee chair)
RE: Defense for Daniel E. Clark
Dan Clark, a PhD candidate in Environmental Conservation, will defend
his dissertation titled, “ROOSTING, SITE FIDELITY, AND THE USE OF
ANTHROPOGENIC FOOD BY URBAN GULLS IN MASSACHUSETTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY RESERVOIRS” on Friday, 4 October 2013 at 10:00 am
in Rm 312A, Holdsworth Hall. His committee members are Stephen
DeStefano (chair), Paul Sievert, Tim Randhir, Al Richmond, and Julie
Ellis. A copy of his dissertation is available in Holdsworth 225.
Dan completed an MS degree in Fisheries and Wildlife at the University
of Missouri. He is Director of Natural Resources for the Massachusetts
Department of Conservation and Recreation.