Wildlife Ecology Research Group

Our work is mainly academic, but we also work with stakeholders to formulate management and conservation plans, with a focus on western North American landscapes.

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Our work is as diverse as the landscapes on which it takes place.

The Wildlife Ecology Research Group, located in the Biological Sciences Department at the University of Calgary, is a vibrant team conducting ecological, evolutionary and human dimension research.89yu9

Research lines

The goal of our research group is to apply novel and innovative scientific methodology in order to further our understanding of natural and human-impacted landscapes to ultimately aid and guide management policy.

Human-wildlife interactions

Eco-evolutionary genomics

Landscape Ecology

Disease ecology and conservation medicine

"Our research focuses on important North American species, ranging from the charismatic (the gray wolf, Canis lupus) to threatened (woodland caribou, Rangifer tarandus) to economically important wildlife (elk, Cervus elaphus) and domesticated species (cattle, Bos taurus)."
Marco Musiani
Principal Investigator
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About us

We conduct research on the ecology and evolutionary biology of terrestrial large mammals. Our work is academic, but we also work with other stakeholders to formulate management and conservation plans, with a focus on western North American landscapes.

Marco Musiani Lab

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