Dr. Todd Brinkman is an Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology with the UAF Institute of Arctic Biology and a collaborator on various SNAP research projects. Brinkman’s research interests include the ecology, management, and human dimensions of wildlife. Much of his time is spent modeling the interactions among large mammals, hunters, and the rapidly changing environment.
Brinkman received a BS (2000) in Biology and Environmental Science from Minnesota State University, a MS (2003) in Wildlife Science from South Dakota State University, and a PhD (2009) in Wildlife Ecology from UAF.
Role at AK CASC: Assistant Professor
Group: AK CASC Scientists
Affiliations: UAF Institute of Arctic Biology, UAF Scenarios Network for Alaska + Arctic Planning, and University of Alaska Fairbanks