Faculty Information

NameDouglas Kelt
Office1081 Academic Surge
DepartmentWildlife Fish and Conservation Biology
WebsiteWeb Link
EducationPh.D. New Mexico 1995
Research InterestsUnderstanding how small mammal communities are structured, including the influence of both biotic and abiotic factors. Additionally, pursuing work to document how mammalian activities impact and modify their environment.
Areas of EmphasisConservation Ecology
 Integrative Ecology
Research Abstract 
Recent PublicationsTognelli, M. F., and D. A. Kelt. 2004. Analysis of determinants of mammalian species richness in South America using spatial autoregressive models. Ecography 27:427-436.
 Kelt, D. A., P. L. Meserve, and J. R. Gutiérrez. 2004. Seed removal by small mammals, birds, and ants in semiarid Chile: patterns and comparisons with other systems. Journal of Biogeography 31:931-942.
 Brock, R. E., and D. Kelt. 2004. Keystone effects of the endangered Stephens’ kangaroo rat (Dipodomys stephensi). Bi
Examination Topicsanimal ecology, biogeography, community ecology, mammalogy, principles of ecology, tropical ecology, vertebrate biology/ecology.
Accepting StudentsNo
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