Rulon Clark

Ph.D., Cornell University, Neurobiology and Behavior, specialization in Behavioral Ecology, 2004.

Research Interests

  • My research focuses on how behavior at the individual level mediates higher level interactions, such as population structure and community dynamics. In the past, this has involved work of predator-prey interactions, foraging behavior, social systems, and population genetics. Additionally, many of the projects are in systems of conservation concern involve collaborations with management agencies.

Areas of Emphasis

  • Integrative Ecology Itegrative Ecology, Conservation Ecology


  • Biology