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Dr. Karl V. Miller

Wheatley Professor of Deer Management

Contact Information

Pictured: Dr. Karl Miller

Contact Dr. Karl V. Miller

Phone:
706-542-1305

Campus address

Office:
Warnell 3-407

About

Education:
Doctor of Philosophy in Forest Resources, University of Georgia, 1985. Dissertation: 'Social and biological aspects of signpost communication in white-tailed deer.'
Master of Science in Entomology, Ohio State University, 1981. Thesis: 'The biology, host preference, and functional response of Atheta coriaria (Kraatz) (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae)
Bachelor of Science in Entomology, The Pennsylvania State University, 1979
Biography:

Professional Experience:
Wildlife habitat and population responses to forest management practices
Associate Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management, D. B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, 1996-2000.
Associate Research Scientist. D. B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia. 1995-1996.
Assistant Research Scientist, D. B. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia. 1990-1995.

Labs/Centers/Committees:
Recent Citations:

Miller, J and Miller, K.V. 1999. Forest Plants of the Southeast and their wildlife uses. Southern Weed Science Society.

Hein, C.D.; Castleberry, S.B.; and Miller, K.V. 2009. Site-occupancy of bats in relation to forested corridors. Forest Ecology and Management257:1200-1207.

Hein, C.D.; Castleberry, S.B.; and Miller, K.V. 2008. Male Seminole bat winter roost-site selection in a managed forest. Journal of Wildlife Management 72:1756-1764.

Hein, C.D.; Miller, K.V.; and Castleberry, S.B. 2009. Evening bat summer roost-site selection on a managed pine landscape. Journal of Wildlife Management 73:511-517.

Mathiason, C; Powers, J; Dahmes, S; Osborn, D; Miller, K.V.; Warren, R; Mason, G; Hays, S; Hayes-Klug, J; Seelig, D; Wild, M; Wolfe, L; Spraker, T; Miller, M; Sigurdson, C; Telling, G; and Hoover, E. 2006. Infectious prions in the saliva and blood of deer with chronic wasting disease. Science 314 (5796):133-136.

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