Faculty and Staff
Frederic Beaudry
Associate Professor ENS
Alfred University Contact Info
Office Location: Science Center 118
Department: Environmental Studies/Geology  
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Frederic Beaudry
Education
Ph.D.: Wildlife Ecology
The University of Maine, 2007

M.S.: Natural Resources (Wildlife)
Humboldt State University, 2003

B.S.: Biology (Wildlife Management)
Université du Québec à Rimouski, 2000

Background
Areas of Concentration
Conservation biology, habitat ecology & population ecology, with interests in amphibians, turtles, and birds. I focus on the connection between land use and wildlife habitat. Currently I study conservation planning and wildlife responses to ecological succession in land no longer farmed.

Post-Doctoral Education
University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2007-2010
Department of Forest & Wildlife Ecology

Selected Publications

Beaudry, F., M.C. Ferris, A.M. Pidgeon, and V.C. Radeloff. 2016. Identifying areas of optimal multispecies conservation value by accounting for incompatibilities between species. Ecological Modelling 332:74-82.

Beaudry, F., V. C. Radeloff, A. M. Pidgeon, A. J. Plantinga, D. J. Lewis, D. Helmers, and V. Butsic. 2013. The loss of forest birds' habitats under different land use policies as projected by a coupled ecological-econometric model. Biological Conservation 165:1-9.

Radeloff, V. C., F. Beaudry, T. Brooks, V. A. Butsic, M. Dubinin, and A. M. Pidgeon. 2012. Hot moments for biodiversity conservation. Conservation Letters 6:58-65.

Radeloff, V. C., E. Nelson, A. J. Plantinga, D. J. Lewis, D. Helmers, J. J. Lawler, J. C. Withey, F. Beaudry, S. Martinuzzi, V. Butsic, E. Lonsdorf, D. White, and S. Polasky. 2012. Economic-based projections of future land use in the conterminous U.S under alternative economic policy scenarios. Ecological Applications 22:1036-1049.

Hudgens, B. R., F. Beaudry, T. L. George, S. Kaiser, and N. M. Munkwitz. 2011. Monitoring and models to manage for shifting threats faced by the San Clemente Sage Sparrow (Amphispiza belli clementeae). Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1350-1360.

Beaudry, F., A.M. Pidgeon, D.J. Mladenoff, R.W. Howe, G.A. Bartelt, and V.C. Radeloff. 2011. Optimizing regional conservation planning for forest birds. Journal of Applied Ecology 48:726-735.

Kuemmerle, T., K. Perzanowski, H.R. Akcakaya, F. Beaudry, T.R. Van Deelen, I. Parnikoza, P. Khoyetskyy, D.M. Waller, and V.C. Radeloff. 2011. Cost-effectiveness of strategies to establish a European bison metapopulation in the Carpathians. Journal of Applied Ecology 48:317-329.

Beaudry, F., A.M. Pidgeon, V.C. Radeloff, R.W. Howe, D.J. Mladenoff, and G.A. Bartelt. 2010. Modeling regional-scale habitat of forest birds when land management guidelines are needed but information is limited. Biological Conservation 143:1759-1769.

Beaudry, F., P.G. deMaynadier, and M.L. Hunter, Jr. 2010. Nesting movements and the use of anthropogenic nesting sites by Spotted Turtles (Clemmys guttata) and Blanding’s Turtles (Emydoidea blandingii). Herpetological Conservation and Biology 5(1):1-8.

Beaudry, F., P.G. deMaynadier, and M.L. Hunter, Jr. 2010. Identifying hot moments in road-mortality risk for freshwater turtles. Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (1):152-159.

Beaudry, F., P.G. deMaynadier, and M.L. Hunter, Jr. 2009. Seasonally dynamic habitat use by spotted (Clemmys guttata) and Blanding’s turtles (Emydoidea blandingii) in Maine. Journal of Herpetology 43(4):636-645.

Beaudry, F., P.G. deMaynadier, and M.L. Hunter, Jr. 2008. Identifying road mortality threat at multiple spatial scales for semi-aquatic turtles. Biological Conservation 141:2550-2563.

Beaudry, F. 2007. Rana sylvatica (Wood Frog). Predation. Herpetological Review 38:195.


Classes Taught
Environmental Studies I, Doing Science, Environmental Research Procedures I, Environmental Data Analysis, Environmental Research Planning, Conservation Biology, Ecology of the Bahamas, Natural Resources Management, Ornithology, Herpetology, First-Year Experience, Junior Seminar, Senior Seminar, Honors Seminar.