Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
MSU Natural Resources Building, rm 5
Mauri is interested in conservation planning and the management of native wildlife species. Her research pairs ecology with decision sciences and advanced quantitative and qualitative approaches to develop innovative conservation planning methods and decision-support tools. These approaches are key navigating decision-making in complex socio-ecological landscapes to achieving management goals.
Currently, Mauri is studying wildlife and recreational use of managed, inland wetlands in Michigan. Prior to MSU, she was the inaugural Bailey Conservation Fellow at the Michigan chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Mauri received her PhD from the University of Connecticut where she was a USDA National Needs Fellow. She also received an M.S. in Environment and Natural Resources from Ohio State and a B.S. in Biology from Virginia Tech.
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