Carter, Neil

Carter, Neil
Human-Environment Systems Center, Boise State University

I’m currently an assistant professor in the Human-Environment Systems (HES) Research Center at Boise State University. My research is highly interdisciplinary and utilizes field-based, quantitative, and conceptual approaches to understand complex feedbacks among people, wildlife, and ecosystems. I strive to conduct actionable research that advances science and informs decision makers on ways to conserve biodiversity while also sustain (and improve) human wellbeing.

Research Interests: 
Complexity of socio-environmental systems, sustainability science, wildlife ecology, landscape ecology, conservation ecology, and human dimensions of wildlife management