Christopher Lepczyk

Christopher Lepczyk

University of Hawaii - assistant professor

Education:

Ph.D., Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, and Program in Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior, Michigan State University. December 2002 Dissertation: Effects of human activities on birds across landscapes in the Midwest

M.S., Department of Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin-Madison. August 1996 Thesis: Can altricial nestlings compensate for ephemeral reductions in food abundance?

B.S., Department of Biology and Department of Geology, Hope College, May 1993 Major: Biology, and Geology Minor: Chemistry NSF-REU Project: Behavioral preferences and digestive correlates of reducing sugars and lipids in the American Robin (Turdus migratorius).

Bio:

My interests focus on understanding the linkages between landscapes, people, and species in order to inform management, conservation, and policy.

 Publications

Title Book/Journal Year
Human Impacts on Regional Avian Diversity and Abundance Conservation Biology 2008