Erin Tattersall

Erin Tattersall (she/her) is a PhD student in the Wildlife Coexistence Lab at the University of British Columbia. In her research, Erin uses camera traps and autonomous recording units (ARUs) to assess wildlife distributions and habitat selection across the Northwest Territories, which will inform protected areas planning now and in the future. Her PhD is based within the Northwest Territories Biodiversity Monitoring Program, a collaborative initiative between territorial, federal and Indigenous governments. Erin lives in Nelson, BC.