Dr. Karl V. Miller
Doctor of Philosophy in Forest Resources, University of Georgia, 1985. Dissertation: 'Social and biological aspects of signpost communication in white-tailed deer.'
Master of Science in Entomology, Ohio State University, 1981. Thesis: 'The biology, host preference, and functional response of Atheta coriaria (Kraatz) (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae)
Bachelor of Science in Entomology, The Pennsylvania State University, 1979
Wildlife habitat and population responses to forest management practices
Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management, D. B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, 1996-2000.
Associate Research Scientist. D. B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia. 1995-1996.
Assistant Research Scientist, D. B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia. 1990-1995.
Miller, J and Miller, K.V. 1999. Forest Plants of the Southeast and their wildlife uses. Southern Weed Science Society.
Hein, C.D.; Castleberry, S.B.; and Miller, K.V. 2009. Site-occupancy of bats in relation to forested corridors. Forest Ecology and Management 257:1200-1207. [Download]
Hein, C.D.; Castleberry, S.B.; and Miller, K.V. 2008. Male Seminole bat winter roost-site selection in a managed forest. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1756-1764. [Download]
Hein, C.D.; Miller, K.V.; and Castleberry, S.B. 2009. Evening bat summer roost-site selection on a managed pine landscape. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:511-517. [Download]
Mathiason, C; Powers, J; Dahmes, S; Osborn, D; Miller, K.V.; Warren, R; Mason, G; Hays, S; Hayes-Klug, J; Seelig, D; Wild, M; Wolfe, L; Spraker, T; Miller, M; Sigurdson, C; Telling, G; and Hoover, E. 2006. Infectious prions in the saliva and blood of deer with chronic wasting disease. Science 314 (5796):133-136.
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