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PostDoc

Dr. Ryo Ogawa

Institute of Geography

Hülssebau, HÜL/O 262
Helmholtzstraße 10
01069 Dresden

Tel.+49 351 463-34103
Fax+49 351 463-37064

ryo.ogawa@tu-dresden.de

  • Avian biodiversity and ecosystem services in cultural landscapes
  • Cross-scale study of individual animal movements and the species distributions using GPS, acoustic survey, and bird count data
  • Bayesian model integration using multiple data sources
  • Barela, I., Burger, L. M., Taylor, J., Evans, K. O., Ogawa, R., McClintic, L., & Wang, G. (2020). Does habitat suitability index predict survival of semi-aquatic mammals? Ecology and Evolution, 10, 4867–4875.
  • Ogawa, R., Mortelliti, A., Witham, J. W., & Hunter, M. L. (2017). Demographic mechanisms linking tree seeds and rodent population fluctuations: insights from a 33-year study. Journal of Mammalogy, 98(2), 419–427. 

➝ since 05/2022: PostDoc at the Chair of Computational Landscape Ecology at Technische Universität Dresden, Germany.

06/2016-02/2022: Research Assistant at the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture, Mississippi State University

 ➝ 01/2016-05/2016: Research Assistant at the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology, University of Maine

  2017-2022: Doctor of Philosophy in Forest Resources, Mississippi State University, the United States; Ph.D. dissertation “Migration ecology of American white pelicans: circannual movement, geographic range, and annual survival”

  2016-2017: Master of Science in Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture, Mississippi State University, the United States; M.S. thesis: “Spatiotemporal variation in space use by eastern wild turkeys in Mississippi”

  2014-2016: Master of Wildlife Conservation in Wildlife, Fisheries, and Conservation Biology, University of Maine; Non-thesis project: “Spatial and temporal mortality trends of bald eagles in Main from 1962-2015”

  2010-2014: Bachelor of Agriculture in Agriculture, Meiji University, Japan; B.A. thesis: “The influence of the climate in summer on the timing of sows mating after weaning and the frequency of losing early pregnancy”

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