Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center
Position title: Research Wildlife Biologist
Ph.D. Zoology, University of Montana
M.A. Biology University of Nebraska – Omaha
B.S. Biology University of Nebraska - Omaha
Eileen M. Kirsch, Brian R. Gray, Tim S. Fox, and Wayne E. Thogmartin. 2007. Breeding bird territory placement in riparian wet meadows in relation to invasive reed canary grass, Phalaris arundinacea. Wetlands. In Press.
Mark S. Boyce, Eileen M. Kirsch and Christopher Serveen. 2002. Bet-hedging applications for conservation. Biological Conservation 27 (Suppl.2):385-392.
Kirsch, E.M. and J.G. Sidle. 1999. Status of the interior population of least tern. Journal of Wildlife Management. 63:470-483.
Community Characteristics of Breeding Passerine Birds in Relation to Riverine Habitats on Selected Reaches of the Upper Mississippi River
Bird Use of and Productivity in Reed Canary Grass Dominating Wet Meadows
Science Support for Regional and Refuge Bird Conservation Planning
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