Ian Hoppe

Ian Hoppe

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Contact Information

TitleOffice/Service Temporary Worker
Address413 South Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
68583–0974
E-mailian.hoppe@huskers.unl.edu

 

Selected Publications

Hoppe, I.R. 2021. "Social and Ecological Correlates of Avian Infection by Haemosporidian Blood Parasites" (M.S. Thesis, University of Nebraska-Lincoln). pp. 129.Online
Hoppe, I. R., Harrison, J. O., Raynor IV, E., Brown, M., Powell, L. A., Tyre, D. 2019. Temperature, wind, vegetation, and roads influence incubation patterns of Greater Prairie- Chickens (Tympanuchus cupido pinnatus) in the Nebraska Sandhills, USA. CanadiOnline
Hoppe, I. R., Harrison, J. O., Raynor IV, E., Brown, M., Powell, L. A., Tyre, D. 2019. Temperature, wind, vegetation, and roads influence incubation patterns of greater prairie-chickens (Tympanuchus cupido pinnatus) in the Nebraska Sandhills, USA. CanadiaOnline
Hoppe, I. R., Harrison, J. O., Raynor, E. J., Brown, M. B., Powell, L. A., Tyre, A. J. (2019). Temperature, wind, vegetation, and roads influence incubation patterns of Greater Prairie-Chickens (Tympanuchus cupido pinnatus) in the Nebraska Sandhills, USA.Online
Hoppe, I. R., Harrison, J. O., Raynor IV, E., Brown, M., Powell, L. A., Tyre, D. (2018). Temperature, wind, vegetation, and roads influence incubation patterns of greater prairie-chickens (Tympanuchus cupido pinnatus) in the Nebraska Sandhills, USA. Canad

Background

Education

DegreeMajorInstitutionYear Awarded
Bachelor of ScienceFisheries and WildlifeUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln2014