Ecological interactions at the intersection of spatial ecology, global change, and behavioral ecology.

Amelia Weidemann (Undergraduate Researcher)

I am an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying Biology and Gender and Women’s Studies. As a mentored student in the Orrock Lab, I am working on understanding the impact of invasive feral hog activity on native deer activity and behavior and studying landscape-level factors that may affect deer vigilance. I am interested in non-human and anthropogenic ecological interactions and the interconnectedness of ecosystem and human health.