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Dr. Nate Bickford was born in Colorado in 1974 and has spent his life being curious about the natural world we inhabit. From his earliest recollection science has always been his interest and passion. He has especially been interested in aquatics and birds. As an avid fisherman and falconer these research areas are quite suitable to keep his interest and always bring about new research questions. Dr. Bickford received his BS in Biology at Lenoir-Rhyne University, in North Carolina. He received his master’s from Appalachian State University in Biology. His master’s work focused on parasites. He received his PhD from Arkansas State University in Environmental Science and his dissertation consisted of work on fish populations. Dr. Bickford received an NSF Post Doc Fellowship to continue his research work in Alaska where he directed and mentored graduate student research. After leaving Alaska he was employed at the University of Great Falls, in Montana, as an Associate Professor and Director of the Science Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) program. Dr. Bickford started University of Nebraska Kearney in the Fall 2015 as associate professor in Biology. His teaching area is sustainability and conservation.
Dr Bickford’s research is constantly evolving and expanding into new, relevant, innovative, and fundable areas. The subjects of his ecological research stretch from aquatics to birds. The conservation work ranges from habitat improvement to local food production. Being on the cutting edge with the risks and benefits associated with cutting edge research is precisely where he intends to remain, always looking at things in a new way combining methods from traditionally isolated science disciplines to answer important environmental questions. He has several publications in print and others in progress on cost benefit analysis, food sustainability, and Goshawk as top tier ecosystem indicators.
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