Matt Falcy, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biometrics and Assistant Unit Leader, Idaho Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
- Ph.D., Iowa State University, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology with minor in Statistics, 2011.
- M.S., Universidad de Chile, Forest Science, 2004.
- M.E.M. Portland State University, Environmental Management, 2002.
- B.S., UC Davis. Biological Sciences,1997.
- Ecological modeling
- Population dynamics
- Bayesian analysis
- Structured decision making
Falcy, M.R. 2021. Using Social values in the prioritization of research: Quantitative examples and generalizations. Ecology and Evolution 11:18000-18010.
Falcy, M.R. 2018. A cost-optimization framework for planning applied environmental science. BioScience 68:912-922
Falcy, M.R. and Suring, E. 2018. Detecting the effects of management regime shifts in dynamic environments using multi-population state-space models. Biological Conservation 221:34-43.
Falcy, M.R. 2016. Conservation decision making: Integrating the precautionary principle with uncertainty. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14:499-504.
Falcy, M.R. 2015. Righting the resource management ship: a response to Grose. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 30:294-295.
Falcy, M.R. 2015. Density-dependent habitat selection of spawning Chinook salmon: broad scale evidence and implications. Journal of Animal Ecology 84: 545-553.
Falcy, M.R., and Danielson, B.J. 2014. Post-hurricane recovery and long-term viability of the Alabama beach mouse. Biological Conservation 178: 28-36.
Falcy, M.R., and Danielson, B.J. 2013. A complex relationship between moonlight and temperature on the foraging behavior of the Alabama beach mouse. Ecology 94: 2632-2637.