MS Environmental Biology
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
This project is presented in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Masters of Science in Environmental Biology at Regis University. Chapter 1 is a literature review that discusses the management implications of designing bird habitat on anthropogenic structures. Chapter 2 is a grant proposal to explore niche dominance by anthropophilic bird species in Denver, CO. Chapter 3 is a journal manuscript discussing how musth impacts captive bull Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) behavior at Denver Zoo. Finally, Chapter 4 is a stakeholder analysis for Northern Bobwhite recovery at Bridgestone-Firestone Centennial Wilderness Area, White County, Tennessee.
Date of Award
Colorado (state); Denver (county); Denver (inhabited place)
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Ortega, Samantha, "MS ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY CAPSTONE PROJECT" (2022). Regis University Student Publications (comprehensive collection). 1040.