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Stephanie Martinez is a research assistant for Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute where she is currently assisting with environmental monitoring efforts at Dyess Air Force Base in support of U.S. Department of Defense installation compliance with National Environmental Policy, Sikes, Endangered Species and Migratory Bird Treaty Acts. At Dyess, she acts as the natural and cultural resources manager and conducts species monitoring to aid in minimizing urban-wildlife interactions, such as hazards on aircraft operations.
She received a Bachelor of Science in biology from Abilene Christian University in 2013, and a Master of Science in biology from Angelo State University in 2015. During her education, she worked almost exclusively with Mexican free-tailed bat urban populations and published her first paper in the Southwestern Naturalist in 2013. She is currently a member of the Texas Society of Mammalogists, the Southwestern Association of Naturalists and the North American Society for Bat Research.
Stephanie’s research interests include urban mammal (specifically bat and rodent) ecology and behavior.