Ben Geaumont, Wildlife and Range Science
Benjamin Geaumont, Ph.D.
Wildlife and Range Research Assistant Professor
Education and Background:
B.A., Biology, Keene State College – 2000
M.S., Natural Resource Management, NDSU – 2006
Ph.D., Natural Resource Management, NDSU – 2009
Society of Range Management
My research interests are based on the many interactions occurring between agriculture, wildlife, and the environment. Primary research topics include the evaluation of upland bird survival and habitat use in the region. Current research focuses on upland game species such as sharp-tailed grouse and ring-necked pheasant.
North Dakota State University
Hettinger Research Extension Center
102 Hwy 12 W
PO Box 1377
Hettinger, ND 58639