Annie Bracey Ph.D.

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Professional Title
Avian Ecologist

Dr. Bracey is an avian ecologist who is interested in studying the impacts of human activities on bird populations. Bracey’s aim is to integrate ecology, biology, and conservation sciences to better inform management decisions associated with avian populations. Much of Bracey’s research is focused on conservation and management of wetland birds and waterbirds breeding in the Great Lakes region.

Education

  • Ph.D. University of Minnesota Twin Cities, 2021
  • M.S. Integrated Biosciences, University of Minnesota Duluth, 2011
  • B.S. Biology, University of Minnesota Duluth, 2002

Recent Publications

Effects of human land use on avian functional and taxonomic diversity within the upland coastal zone of the North American Great Lakes

1 month 3 weeks ago
Effets de l'utilisation des terres par l'homme sur la diversité fonctionnelle et taxonomique de l'avifaune dans les hautes-terres côtières des Grands Lacs d'Amérique du NordTranslated title of the contribution: Effects of human land use on avian functional and taxonomic diversity within the upland coastal zone of the North American Great LakesBracey, A. M., Kovalenko, K. E., Niemi, G., Giese, E. E. G., Howe, R. W. & Grinde, A. R., Aug 2022, In: Avian Conservation and Ecology. 17, 2, 6.

Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review

Foraging Ecology Differentiates Life Stages and Mercury Exposure in Common Terns (Sterna hirundo)

1 year 6 months ago
Foraging Ecology Differentiates Life Stages and Mercury Exposure in Common Terns (Sterna hirundo)Bracey, A. M., Etterson, M. A., Strand, F. C., Matteson, S. W., Niemi, G. J., Cuthbert, F. J. & Hoffman, J. C., Mar 2021, In: Integrated environmental assessment and management. 17, 2, p. 398-410 13 p.

Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review

Featured Research Projects

A study of habitat and survival rates of species in decline to inform forest management practices.

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