Kathy Zeller

About Kathy Zeller

Kathy Zeller has been working on wildlife research and conservation in the U.S. and abroad for over 10 years and recently received her PhD from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Kathy’s dissertation examined the myriad ways resistance surfaces and corridors are modeled to derive best-practices guidelines. Prior to her graduate studies, she was the research coordinator for Panthera’s Landscape Analysis Lab where she modeled and helped to implement corridors for jaguars from Mexico to Argentina. More information here: www.kathyzeller.com