Dale Gentry, Ph.D.
Dr. Gentry has been involved with field research since 1995 on projects ranging from stream habitat quality to pika behavior. Dale’s professional interests include integrating research and education, fire ecology, and the influence of urbanization upon wildlife communities. He teaches ecology and natural history courses and supervises graduate research. In his free time, Dale enjoys a number of outdoor activities, including cycling, soccer, and ultimate frisbee.
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