Stan Gehrt

Associate Professor & Wildlife Extension Specialist

Stan Gehrt

College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences
Phone: 614-292-1930
Topics: wildlife, mammals, population

Research Interests

  • Urban ecology of mammals, and the implications for anthropogenic effects on population dynamics of wildlife
  • Behavioral ecology of carnivores, with a special emphasis on intraguild relationships between mesopredators
  • Emerging infectious diseases in wildlife, particularly the interaction between landscape characteristics, host population dynamics, and parasite prevalence

Current Research Projects

  • Ecology of eastern coyotes in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia.
  • Long-term population ecology and disease dynamics of coyotes in the Chicago Metropolitan Area.
  • Population dynamics and movement patterns of free-ranging domestic cats in urban parks.
  • White-tailed deer movements, fawn survival, and coyote movements during the fawning season in Cleveland Metroparks.

Related experts

Search experts

Experts by topic

Experts by college


24-Hour Media Line

View full contact list