Dr. Dan Roby is a Professor of Wildlife Ecology at Oregon State University and Unit Leader-Wildlife for the U.S. Geological Survey-Oregon Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit. His primary research interests include seabird/fisheries interactions, physiological ecology of birds, conservation of colonial waterbirds, and impacts of climate change and other anthropogenic change on seabird ecology. He collaborates closely with students, lab members, and colleagues from diverse organizations on research projects in Oregon, the Pacific Northwest, the United States, and other nations throughout the globe.

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