Rebecca Howser

Rebecca Howser

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Degree MS in NRES (Wildlife Ecology)
Address 102 Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
68583-0921
Cell 775-830-1396
E-mail rebeccahowser@gmail.com
Advisor(s) Drew Tyre

Processing a Nerodia sipedon (Northern Water Snake) at Schramm Park with the N RES 474/874 Herpetology class
Processing a Nerodia sipedon (Northern Water Snake) at Schramm Park with the N RES 474/874 Herpetology class. Photo by Elyse Watson

Selected Publications

Hygnstrom, S., C. Frost, S. Vantassel, T. Bass, A. Blythe, H. Christensen, M. Colling, C. Cowan, B. Erb, M. Gruntorad, K. Herlacher, R. Howser, A. Kester, B. Lawyer, J. McFadden, M. McGuire, M. Pakes, A. Rasmussen, J. Schenk, J. Small, A. Smith, G. Wiemer, and C. Zajac. 2009. A community-based approach to managing white-tailed deer in Wilderness Park, Lincoln, Nebraska. University of Nebraska-Lincoln. 15 pp.

Awards

  • – SNR Larson Fellowship 
  • – Sam/Martha McKelvie Scholarship 
  • – R Thomas Fisheries Scholarship 
  • – Northern Nevadans for Nebraska 
  • – Wildwood Fund Scholarship 
  • – Holling Memorial Scholarship 
  • – William McGeachin Scholarship 
  • – George C. Mcginnis Scholarship 
  • – Luther Drake Scholarship 
  • – Ruth Leverton Scholarship 

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Areas of Interest

  • Herpetology ecology and conservation
I am trying to determine the microhabitat characteristics that predict the presence of reptile and amphibian species in Eastern Nebraska prairies.

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