A BIT ABOUT ME

I am a population ecologist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and I study wild animals. I teach courses, mostly for the Fisheries and Wildlife major, that are designed to improve students' ability to make decisions for conservation. I enjoy creating and using new hands-on teaching methods in the classroom. I am a member of the Applied Ecology Faculty in the School of Natural Resources.

Landscapes for our future

MY TEAM

I rarely work in isolation. 

 

Click below to go to my lab page, where you can see current grad students and link to pages with former students and postdoctoral associates from my research teams.

RECENT NEWS!

​Book: You can order my new wildlife management textbook here!  Principles for Management of Fisheries and Wildlife
The Manager as Decision-maker

Book: You can order Great Plains Birds here!

Watch highlights from our UNL 2019 Namibia study trip hereWe are headed back in 2022!

LARKIN POWELL

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

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