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Glen A. Sargeant, Ph.D.

Research Wildlife Biologist
USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
8711 37th Street Southeast
Jamestown, North Dakota 58401

Phone: (701) 253-5528
Fax: (701) 253-5553
Email NPWRC Staff
Research (Principal Investigator),
Jamestown Headquarters

Expertise:

Current Projects:

  • Population ecology of elk at Theodore Roosevelt and Wind Cave National Parks
  • Implications of water developments for ungulates and herbivory
  • Markov random field models of wildlife distribution
  • Assessment of carnivore populations

Education:

  • Ph.D., Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI (1997)
  • M.S., Biometry, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI (1996)
  • M.S., Wildlife Resources, University of Idaho, Moscow, ID (1991)
  • B.S., Fisheries and Wildlife Biology, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND (1986)

Professional Experience:

  • 2001-present:  Research Wildlife Biologist, Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, USGS, Jamestown, ND
  • 1997-2001:  Statistician, Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center, USGS, Jamestown, ND
  • 1993-1997:  Graduate School Fellow/Research Assistant, Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
  • 1991-1993:  Spotted Owl Research Program Leader, Yakama Indian Nation Wildlife Resources Management, Toppenish, WA
  • 1988-1991:  Laboratory Graduate, Northwest College and University Association for Science, Richland, WA
  • 1987-1988:  Technical Specialist, Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratory, Richland, WA

Professional Affiliations:

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND (2000-present)
  • The Wildlife Society (TWS)
  • Central Mountains and Plains Section, TWS
  • North Dakota Chapter, TWS
  • Biometrics Working Group, TWS
  • North Dakota Natural Science Society

Selected Publications:

Sargeant, G. A., D. C. Weber, and D. E. Roddy. 2011. Implications of chronic wasting disease, cougar predation, and reduced recruitment for elk management. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:171-177.

Sargeant, G. A. and Oehler, M. W. 2007. Dynamics of newly established elk populations. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1141-1148.PDF Download

Sargeant, G. A., Sovada, M. A., Slivinski, C. C., and Johnson, D. H. 2005. Markov Chain Monte Carlo estimation of species distributions: a case study of the swift fox in western Kansas. Journal of Wildlife Management 69:483-497.

Sargeant, G. A., D. H. Johnson, and W. E. Berg. 2003. Sampling designs for carnivore scent-station surveys. Journal of Wildlife Management 67:289-299.

Sargeant, G. A., P. J. White, M. A. Sovada, and B. L. Cypher. 2003. Scent-station survey methods for swift and kit foxes. Pages 99-105 in M. A. Sovada and L. N. Carbyn, eds. Ecology and Conservation of swift foxes in a changing world. Canadian Plains Research Center, Regina, Saskatchewan.PDF Download

Sargeant, G. A., and R. L. Ruff. 2001. Demographic response of black bears at Cold Lake, Alberta, to the removal of adult males. Ursus 12:59-68. (Award winner: Best Paper, International Conference on Bear Research and Management 2001, Jackson, Wyoming)

Ostermeier, G. C., G. A. Sargeant, B. S. Yandell, and J. J. Parrish. 2001. The relationship of bull fertility to sperm nuclear shape. Journal of Andrology 22:595-603.

Ostermeier, G. C., G. A. Sargeant, B. S. Yandell, D. P. Evenson, and J. J. Parrish. 2001. The measurement of bovine sperm nuclear shape using Fourier harmonic amplitudes. Journal of Andrology 22:584-594.

Kirby, R. E., and G. A. Sargeant. 1999. Survival of postfledging mallards in northcentral Minnesota. Journal of Wildlife Management 63:403-408.

Sargeant, G.A., D.H. Johnson, and W. Berg. 1998. Interpreting carnivore scent-station surveys. Journal of Wildlife Management 62:1235-1245.



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