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Jonathan Armstrong

Assistant Professor
jonathan.armstrong [at]

Office: 541-737-1080

Nash Hall

Nash Hall 34

2820 SW Campus Way

2820 SW Campus Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
Curriculum Vitae: 

I integrate animal behavior, physiology, and landscape ecology to better understand how fish and wildlife interact with their environment. My research employs observational study, field experiments, and simulation modeling.

I work at the nexus of animal behavior, physiology, and landscape ecology to gain novel insights into how animals interact with their environment and how human activities alter this fundamental relationship. I am broadly interested in how the physical features of watersheds influence consumer energy budgets, population dynamics, and ecosystem services. My research integrates observational study, field experiments, and simulation modeling. 

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Affiliated with: 
Fisheries and Wildlife
I accept graduate students for the Fisheries and Wildlife Department
Professional Accomplishments

BA  Biology, Lewis and Clark College, Portland, OR, 2005

PhD School of Fishery and Aquatic Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 2013

David H. Smith Postdoctoral Fellow at Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, University of Wyoming, Laramie WY, 2015

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A team of ecologists, led by William Deacy and Jonathan Armstrong of Oregon State University, investigated whether the early ripening of elderberries, caused by anomalously high spring temperatures, changed what Kodiak bears eat.