Bryan has over 40 years of experience as a consultant, researcher and teacher, specializing in applications of statistics in the areas of ecology and environmental science. He joined WEST in 2000. He has particular expertise in the areas of the design and analysis of biological sampling programs, multivariate analysis, population modeling, computer-intensive methods, and the design and analysis of studies on resource selection by animals.
His research and consulting experience covers a very wide range of areas which includes hydrology, archaeology and medical science, as well as biology. Bryan is the author of over 200 papers in refereed journals, is the sole author of seven books, and a joint author or editor of a number of other books and conference proceedings.