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Eric D Wolf

Project Supervisor


Eric Wolf came to the Conservation Management Institute in 2004 as a natural resource professional with broad experience planning, coordinating, and conducting research and managing projects in cooperation with a wide range of stakeholders.   Eric is a Cum Laude Graduate of Virginia Tech’s Forestry and Wildlife Resources program with a Biology minor and earned a Master’s Degree in Wildlife Science at Texas Tech University tracking and modeling elk movements in the southern Rockies.  His projects at CMI include endangered species management; stream bioassessment using freshwater mussel and fish population inventories, and macroinvertebrate sampling; application of GIS technologies and modeling; erosion assessment and management; and habitat assessment and forest inventory.  Eric has experience with a wide variety of wildlife inventory methodologies using fixed-wing, helicopter, and ground-based telemetry, and capture and handling of large, meso-, and small terrestrial mammals, bats, reptiles, amphibians, and birds.

  • 540-231-9605
  • ewolf6@vt.edu
  • Conservation Management Institute
    1900 Kraft Drive, Suite 250
    Blacksburg, VA 24061

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