Joe has a diverse background in terrestrial and aquatic ecology.
He has contributed to many field studies, including aerial and ground-based raptor surveys, aerial caribou surveys, aquatic furbearer studies, seal surveys, bear genetics and stable isotope studies, and waterfowl breeding surveys.
Prior to joining ABR, Joe also studied small mammals, trout, cougars, meso-carnivores, and moose.
Joe received his Bachelor's degree in wildlife ecology and management from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and his M.S. in wildlife biology from the University of Alaska Fairbanks.