Smith Fellows
Class of 2001

2001 Fellows






Kimberly Hall, Ph.D. 2001, University of Michigan
"Planning for bird conservation in managed forests: do simple demographic data improve habitat quality predictions from a spatially explicit management model"
Mentor: Dr. Jiangou Liu, Michigan State University

Sarah Mabey, Ph.D. 2001, University of Southern Mississippi
"Applying remote sensing tools to regional conservation planning for migratory landbirds"
Mentor: Dr. Theodore Simons, North Carolina State University

Maile Neel, Ph.D. 2000, University of California-Riverside
"Conservation of multiple levels of biological diversity using community based reserve selection approaches"
Mentor: Dr. Kevin McGarigal, University of Massachusetts

Neal Williams, Ph.D. 1999, SUNY-Stony Brook
"Landscape influences on pollinator function and pollinator faunas in restored riparian forests"
Mentor: Dr. Claire Kremen, Princeton University

Erika Zavaleta, Ph.D. 2001, Stanford University
"The biodiversity effects of adding and removing single invaders in exotic-dominated systems: Genista monspessulana in California coastal prairies"
Mentor: Dr. Carla D'Antonio, University of California-Berkeley