Expert Dr. Barry Noon


WILDLIFE ECOLOGY:

Dr. Barry Noon
Department of Fish & Wildlife Biology
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523
970-491-7905
brnoon@cnr.colostate.edu

Barry Noon is Professor in the Department of Fishery and Wildlife Biology at Colorado State University. Although he is best known as an ornithologist, his research interests include: conservation planning for threatened and endangered species; science-based management of public lands to conserve biological diversity; population dynamics and viability analyses for at-risk species; vertebrate demography and life history. Related activities: NAS Biodiversity Exchange with Russia (93, 94); Associate Editor, J. Wildlife Management (93-95); Board of Directors, Sustainable Ecosystems Institute and Society for Conservation Biology (96-99); Chief Scientist, National Biological Survey (95); USDA Committee of Scientists (97-99). Honors and Awards: Fellow, American Ornithologist's Union; Publication Awards from US Forest Service in 91, 93, 94, 97, 99, and 01 and from the Wildlife Society in 91; LaRoe Award form the Society for Conservation Biology in 97.