New researcher named for DNR deer, elk studies June 5, 2013 Wisconsin

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New researcher named for DNR deer, elk studies June 5, 2013 Wisconsin, WDNR News Release
    The Department of Natural Resources has announced a new research scientist who will be working on a variety of research projects involving deer and elk studies as part of the agency’s wildlife and forestry research group.  Dan Storm will work on projects such as the study of buck and fawn mortality and the nutritional condition of car-killed deer. He will also serve as deer trustee liaison for science and research action team and be a key consultant to wildlife management on deer and elk issues.
     “Dan brings a wealth of deer research experience to the position,” said Karl Martin, DNR wildlife and forestry section chief. “He has a strong background in mammalogy and quantitative ecology, which will be a great addition to the research group.”



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