Annika Keeley

About Annika Keeley

Annika Keeley is a wildlife ecologist with experience in animal behavior, wildlife biology and management, landscape planning, and science education. She earned her Ph.D. in the School of Forestry at Northern Arizona University. Her dissertation focused on comparing estimates of landscape resistance to animal movement. Previously she worked with temperate and tropical bats, ground squirrels in Canada, corn crakes in Poland, and amphibians in Germany.

New book: Corridor Ecology

2019-04-30T21:49:35-04:00 April 30th, 2019|

The second edition of Corridor Ecology, out this month, features fundamental concepts behind corridors, modelling and design approaches, and new chapters on connectivity in oceans and facilitating range shifts.