John L. Roseberry
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Roseberry is a Senior Scientist in Cooperative Wildlife Research at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale.
Biographical and Professional Information
Roseberry is an Emeritus Senior Scientist (Wildlife) in the Cooperative Wildlife Research Laboratory at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He has authored or coauthored more than 50 technical articles, monographs, and book chapters plus an authoritative book on the population ecology of the northern bobwhite. He is recognized for significant contributions to wildlife conservation and research.
Roseberry has twice received The Wildlife Society's Outstanding Publication Award. He has also received the Professional Award of Merit from both the Illinois Chapter and North Central Section of The Wildlife Society. His areas of interest and expertise include population dynamics, habitat relationships, and computer modeling.
- Nesting ecology of the bobwhite in southern Illinois, Wildlife Society, 1975 - written with Willard D. Klimstra
- Population Ecology of the Bobwhite, Southern Illinois University Press, 1984 - written with Willard D. Klimstra
- A comparative evaluation of techniques for analyzing white-tailed deer harvest data, Wildlife Society, 1991 - written with Alan Woolf
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Nesting ecology of the bobwhite in southern Illinois
Release Date: 1975
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