Anne-Marie Hodge

PhD student, University of Wyoming

Anne-Marie Hodge is currently working on her doctoral degree at the University of Wyoming. She graduated from Auburn University in 2009 with a bachelor’s degree in Zoology, including a concentration in Conservation/Biodiversity and a minor in Anthropology. During her years at Auburn, Anne-Marie was a founding member of Alabama's first chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology. She completed a Master of Science in Biology at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington in 2012, and has participated in field research expeditions in the southwestern U.S., Mexico, Belize, Ecuador, and Kenya. When she is not chasing baboons at the equator, Anne-Marie blogs at Endless Forms on the Nature Network and is a frequent contributor to Ecology.com.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD student, University of Wyoming

Education

  • 2012 
    University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Master of Science in Biology
  • 2009 
    Auburn University, Bachelor of Science in Zoology

Publications

  • 2012
    Carlquist revisited: history, success, and applicability of a natural history model. , Biology and Philosophy
  • 2012
    Size and shape information serve as labels in alarm calls of Gunnison’s prairie dogs (Cynomys gunnisoni). , Current Zoology
  • 2011
    Preliminary camera-trap survey of margays (Leopardus weidii) in the eastern Andean foothills of Ecuador. , Mastazoologia Neotropical
  • 2009
    Not by Design: Retiring Darwin's Watchmaker [Book review]., Journal of Integrative and Comparative Biology