Jeff Berens

Why I joined the ECS M.S. Program

It is a solid program that matches my interests and objectives.

My research

My research interests are in wildlife conservation, population dynamics, morphometrics. My thesis research focuses on biotic and abiotic predictors for Peromyscus species. in tallgrass prairie, and morphological differences within and among Peromyscus species.

Presentations

  • Berens, J., Smith, M., and Dochtermann, N. (2014) Morphological differences within and among Peromyscus spp. Presented at ND EPSCoR/IDeA 2014 State Conference, April 29, 2014, Grand Forks, ND (Presented by J. Berens)
  • Berens, J., Smith, M., and Dochtermann, N. (2014) Morphological differences within and among Peromyscus spp. Presented at 94 th Annual Meeting of American Society of Mammalogists, June 6-10, 2014, Oklahoma City, OK (Presented by J. Berens)

Awards and Honors

  • ND EPSCoR Fellowship Grant Recipient
  • Travel Grant Recipient