Emily Stulik is a Wildlife Biologist with an ecological and consulting background in herpetological studies, wetland delineation, and waterway permitting. Emily earned her B.A. in Biology with a concentration in Ecology, Evolution, and Animal Behavior from Skidmore College in 2010, and her M.S. degree from Purdue in 2015. Her graduate research used occupancy modeling to compare amphibian habitat use and reproductive success in a restored wetland systems in Northern Indiana. Emily has worked as a research technician on a variety of research projects including surveying benthic macroinvertebrates to assess impacts of invasive algae, recording predator-prey interactions between California ground squirrels and pacific rattlesnakes, tracking colubrid snakes using radio telemetry in controlled burned and control plots, and conducting amphibian monitoring surveys along the Missouri River.
Emily’s professional experience as a consultant includes authorship of NEPA documents, Waters of the U.S. reports, and waterway permits for impacts to jurisdictional wetlands, waterways, and floodplains in the Midwest. Emily is a certified wetland delineator with years of experience identifying field indicators of wetland vegetation, soils, and hydrology, for a variety of projects.