Emily Stulik is a wildlife biologist with an ecological and consulting background in herpetological studies, wetland delineation, and waterway permitting. Emily earned a B.A. in Biology with a concentration in Ecology, Evolution, and Animal Behavior from Skidmore College in 2010 and a M.S. from Purdue University in 2015. Her graduate research used occupancy modeling to compare amphibian habitat use and reproductive success in 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 National Environmental Policy Act 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.