James R. Strittholt

President / Executive Director with Conservation Biology Institute
Member since Nov 23, 2009 (last logged in Apr 17, 2017)
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President and Executive Director of the Conservation Biology Institute founded in 1997.  I have over 25 years experience in applying computer mapping technologies (including GIS and remote sensing) to address various ecological assessments and conservation planning projects in the U.S. and internationally.  I hold undergraduate degrees in Botany, Zoology and Secondary Education – all obtained from Miami University (Oxford, Ohio) where I also earned a Masters in Zoology in population genetics of vertebrates.  I received my Ph.D. in 1994 from Ohio State University in a self-designed multi-disciplinary program emphasizing landscape ecology, conservation planning, and computer mapping technologies.  I have considerable experience working with large mammals, field research on forests and vertebrates.  I have over eight years of high school and college teaching experience.  Over the last decade, I have been principle investigator on numerous projects including nature reserve designs, conservation gap analysis, forest and watershed assessments, endangered species planning, ecological modeling, Internet tool development, and remote sensing applications in conservation.  I have authored numerous reports, peer-reviewed articles, and white papers.  Areas of expertise include conservation planning, landscape ecology, forest conservation, vertebrate biology, geographic information systems, and remote sensing.
Level of Education:
PhD
Years of Experience:
> 20 years
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