Nicole Duplaix
Senior Instructor I

Conservation biology

OSU Campus
Fisheries and Wildlife
Nash Hall
Room 150 Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331
United States
(503) 302-4913
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Research

Comparative ecology, behavior and conservation of otter species and other endangered carnivores, Phylogeny, evolution and behavior. Note: I am not accepting graduate students at this time.

Teaching

  • FW 325 Global Crises in Resource Ecology
  • FW 360 Origins of F&W Mgmt-Evolution, Genetics, and Ecology
  • FW 563 Conservation Biology of Wildlife
  • FW 583 Species Conservation Planning and Restoration

Biography

1962 BS, University of Caen, France
1968 MS, University of Paris (Cuvier), France
1981 PhD, University of Paris (Orsay), France

I accept graduate students for the Fisheries and Wildlife Department
I can serve on graduate committees

Fun Fact

Enjoys exploring Oregon, traveling to distant and uncomfortable places in search of otters, photography.