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John Tull

  • Ph.D.
  • Wildlife Staff Specialist
  • Nevada Department of Wildlife
  • 8PublicationsNumber of items in John's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 2Followers

Research interests

Large Landscape ConservationWildlife/Human InteractionsConservation BiologyWildlife Ecology

About

I have been dedicated to protecting native species of plants and animals throughout my career. My academic research focused on measuring impacts of human activities on wildlife through a variety of research activities. My current position at the Nevada Department of Wildlife allows me to engage on land use planning and activities to help avoid, minimize and mitigate wildlife impacts.

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Publications (5)

  • MOISTENED SEEDS INCREASE RODENT TRAP SUCCESS

    • Tull J
    • Sears M
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  • DISTANCES MOVED BY STARTLED DESERT MULE DEER

    • Krausman P
    • Avey J
    • Brown C
    • et al.
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  • Bed-site selection by desert mule deer in southern Arizona

    • Tull J
    • Krausman P
    • Steidl R
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  • Use of a wildlife corridor by desert mule deer

    • Tull J
    • Krausman P
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  • Avoidance of fire by Louisiana pine snakes, Pituophis melanoleucus ruthveni

    • Rudolph D
    • Burgdorf S
    • Tull J
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Professional experience

Wildlife Staff Specialist

Nevada Department of Wildlife

January 2014 - Present

Education

Ph.D.

University of Nevada at Reno

August 1999 - May 2006(7 years)

M.S.

The University of Arizona

May 1995 - October 1997(2 years)

B.S.F.

Stephen F. Austin State University

August 1991 - May 1994(3 years)