I am a Wildlife Ecologist with a passion for understanding coupled human-natural systems and using this information to develop holistic, sustainable conservation initiatives. I specialize in applied, interdisciplinary research of terrestrial mammals. My research has included studies of conservation behavior, policy, and economics; distribution, population growth, and potential impacts of invasive mammals; and, most recently, landscape ecology and related management implications of the endangered ocelot (Leopardus pardalis) in southern Texas. Please peruse the tabs if you are interested in my research, teaching experience, or publications. You can also follow me on Twitter @EcoJaneAnderson