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Teri Jones

 Wolverine Spatial Ecologist

Ontario Northern Boreal

Teri Jones is the Wolverine Spatial Ecologist for the Ontario Northern Boreal Landscape Program at WCS Canada.

Her work focuses on analysing spatial data to support the development of best-management practices for wolverine conservation. Teri’s projects include using wolverine harvest records to identify spatial and temporal patterns of harvest refugia across Manitoba and working with GPS data from tracked wolverines to quantify wolverine habitat use within the boreal forest in Ontario and Alberta.

Teri received her MSc at the University of Ottawa, studying social foraging networks in urban and rural songbirds. She then received her PhD from the University of Liverpool, where her research focussed on the spatial and social foraging patterns of seabirds. Before joining WCS Canada, she also completed a post-doctoral fellowship examining spatial and genetic networks of Canadian caribou populations as part of a collaboration between Trent University and Environment and Climate Change Canada.

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Areas of expertise
Wolverines