Visiting Scholar Seminar Series: Jeff Buler, University of DE

April 26, 2024 11:00am to 12:00pm iCal Google Calendar

Dr. Jeff Buler, University of Delaware, will present, "Building a spatially-explicit energetic model for forest birds during migratory stopover along the northern coast of the Gulf Mexico," as part of the Appalachian Laboratory's Visiting Scholar Seminar Series. The seminar will be held in room 109 of the Appalachian Laboratory at 11am. 

Please note that this seminar is intended for scientific audiences. 

Jeff Buler is a Professor of Wildlife Ecology in the Department of Entomology and Wildlife Ecology at the University of Delaware. He holds a MS degree in Wildlife from Louisiana State University and a PhD in Biology from the University of Southern Mississippi. He established his research lab, the Aeroecology Program, at the University of Delaware in 2011. Dr. Buler is an international leader in the development of novel methods and software for using weather surveillance radars to study the broad-scale distribution, movement, and habitat use patterns of birds, insects, and bats. His research interests include 1) modeling species distributions and habitat relationships over broad geographic scales, 2) assessing wildlife responses to habitat restoration, habitat management, and anthropogenic development, and 3) studying the behavior and ecology of birds during migration.