Minnesota Biological Survey Staff

Plant Surveys: Plant Ecologists conduct surveys of native plant communities and evaluate sites with native vegetation. Botanists conduct surveys for rare plant species within targeted counties or ecological units.

 

Staff

Title

Phone

Email

Current focus of field work

Carlson, Bruce

MBS Supervisor

651-259-5083

[email protected]

Statewide

Texler, Hannah

Plant Survey Supervisor

651-259-5048

[email protected]

Statewide

Anderson, Chel

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

218-475-0147

[email protected]

Border Lakes Subsection

Anderson, Derek

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

651-259-5071

[email protected]

Prairie Region

Dahlberg, Nathan

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

651-259-5726

[email protected]

Statewide

Graham, Dustin

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

651-259-5640

[email protected]

Prairie Region

Harris, Fred

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

651-259-5084

[email protected]

Lac Qui Parle Prairie, Northwestern MN

Holmstrom, Rebecca

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

218-723-4763

[email protected]

St. Louis County portions of Littlefork-Vermilion Uplands, Border Lakes Subsections

Johnson, Jason

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

651-259-5150

[email protected]

Border Lakes Subsection

Lee, Jeff

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

218-723-4763
ext 227

[email protected]

Border Lakes Subsection,Littlefork-Vermilion Uplands, and Agassiz Lowlands Subsections of Koochiching County

Lee, Michael

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

320-223-7849

[email protected]

Blufflands and Border Lakes Subsections

Millaway, Courtney

Aquatic Botanist

320-223-7843

[email protected]

Statewide

Perry, Ethan

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

218-723-4763
ext. 226

[email protected]

Tamarack Lowlands

Rowe, Erika

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

651-259-5134

[email protected]

Koochiching, Lake of the Woods counties

Smith, Welby

Botanist

651-259-5142

[email protected]

Southeastern MN

Wovcha, Dan

Plant Ecologist/Botanist

651-259-5154

[email protected]

 

Animal Surveys: Zoologists conduct surveys for rare animals within targeted counties or ecological units; animal groups (and the specialists that work with them) include mammals (mammalogists), birds (ornithologists), amphibians and reptiles (herpetologists), fishes (ichthyologists), and insects (entomologists).

 

Staff

Title

Phone

Email

Current focus of field work

Nordquist, Gerda

Animal Survey Supervisor/Mammalogist

651-259-5124

[email protected]

Statewide

Boman, Melissa

Zoologist/Bat and Mammal Specialist

651-259-5159

[email protected]

Statewide

Dunlap, Bob

Zoologist/Data Specialist

651-259-5141

[email protected]

Statewide

Edwards, Margaret

Zoologist/Data Specialist

651-259-5128

[email protected]

Statewide

Gerjets, Nicole

Zoologist/Bee Specialist

651-259-5699

[email protected]

Statewide

Gillen Ashling, Jenn

Zoologist/Data Assistant

651-259-5163

[email protected]

Statewide

Hall, Carol

Herpetologist

651-259-5099

[email protected]

Statewide

Herberg, Andrew

Zoologist/Mammal and Fish Specialist

651-259-5145

[email protected]

Statewide

Johnson, Kyle

Zoologist/Moth and Butterfly Specialist

651-259-5124

[email protected]

 

LeClere, Jeff

Zoologist/Amphibian and Reptile Specialist

651-259-5161

[email protected]

Statewide

Petersen, Jessica

Invertebrate Ecologist

 

[email protected]

Statewide

Stucker, Steve

Ornithologist

651-259-5103

[email protected]

Statewide

Support Staff:

GIS Support Specialist facilitates the mapping of data within a Geographic Information System
Information Officer conceptualizes and coordinates the graphical representation of field and biological data

StaffTitlePhoneEmail

Richardson, Bart

GIS Support Specialist

651-259-5796

[email protected]

 

Cruz, Jared

GIS Support Specialist

651-259-5093

[email protected]

 

Klein, Tom

Information Officer/Web Manager/Graphic Artist

651-259-5112

[email protected]

 

Map of ecological sections and subsections of Minnesota.