University of Alberta

Kate Broadley

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I am originally from Vancouver, BC and completed my B.Sc. at the University of British Columbia. For my undergrad thesis, I studied the home range of snowshoe hares, but Iíve also worked with mice, squirrels, and songbirds. Before coming to Edmonton, I worked as a public educator at the Bamfield Marine Science Centre where I facilitated programs on marine biology and ecology.

I am now conducting a M.Sc. in Ecology in the Boutin lab. I am studying the relationship between population density and movement ecology. I am interested in how animals change movement rates and patterns at different densities, and the potential implications this has for population monitoring. I will be using data from several mammal species to explore these questions.
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