Bill Peterman

Assistant Professor, School of Environment and Natural Resources
My research addresses fundamental ecological questions with the goal of informing applied management and conservation of species and their habitats. More specifically, I am interested in questions related to the distribution, movement, and connectivity of individuals and populations across the landscape, and I often address such questions through studies of amphibians and reptiles. More detail about my research can be found here.


Areas of Expertise
  • Landscape Ecology/Genetics
  • Wildlife Ecology and Management
  • Herpetology