> Ron Moen
Ron Moen, Ph.D., Senior Research Associate
Position and Focus
Research interests include vertebrate studies, ecology and mammalogy. Recent research projects studied the effects of moose browsing on forests, tracking the Canada lynx in Minnesota and teaching at the University of Minnesota Duluth.
Ph.D., 1995. University of Minnesota, Wildlife Conservation.
M.S., 1988 University of Minnesota, Wildlife
B.S., 1984 Cornell University, Division of Biological Sciences, Plant Physiology, Minor
Moen, R Windels, S K & Hansen, B. 2012. Lynx habitat suitability in and near Voyageurs National Park. Natural Areas Journal
McGraw, A M Moen, R & Overland, L. 2012. Effective temperature differences among cover types northeast Minnesota. Alces 48:45--52.
Moen, R A Windels, S K & Hansen, B. 2012. Suitability of Voyageurs National Park as Canada lynx habitat. Natural Areas Journal
McCann, N P & Moen, R A. 2011. Mapping potential core areas for lnyx (Lynx canadensis) using pellet counts from showshoe hares (Lepus americanus) and satellite imagery. Canadian Journal of Zoology 89:509--516.
McGraw, A M Moen, R & Schrage, M. 2011. Characteristics of post-parturition areas of moose in northeast Minnesota. Alces 47:113--124.
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Project list for Ronald Moen :
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Moose Habitat Restoration in Northeastern Minnesota
Investigations of Wolf-Moose Interactions at Voyageurs National Park
The objective of this research project is to study interactions between the recently delisted gray wolf and moose, a species in decline.