I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Biology working with Nick
Haddad. Prior to beginning graduate school at North Carolina
State University, I worked on several field research projects with the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, the University of
California Cooperative Extension, and The Nature Conservancy.
These experiences sparked an
interest in how changing landscapes
affect populations and communities. My dissertation research
examines how rare amphibians are affected by landscape structure,
variation in breeding conditions, and climate change.
I am currently updating this
website. Please contact me via
email if you have any questions: will_fields "at" ncsu.edu