Rem Moll

Assistant Professor
Phone: (603) 862-3054
Office: UNH Natural Resources & the Environment, James Hall, 266, Durham, NH 03824
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Education

  • Ph.D., Michigan State University
  • M.S., University of Missouri - Columbia
  • B.S., University of Missouri - Columbia

Courses Taught

  • 433: Wildlife Ecology
  • 913: Hierarchical Modeling Ecology
  • NR 713: Quantitative Ecology

Selected Publications

Moll, R. J., Jackson, P. J., Wakeling, B. F., Lackey, C. W., Beckmann, J. P., Millspaugh, J. J., & Montgomery, R. A. (2021). An apex carnivore's life history mediates a predator cascade. OECOLOGIA, 196(1), 223-234. doi:10.1007/s00442-021-04927-6

Moll, R. J., McRoberts, J. T., Millspaugh, J. J., Wiskirchen, K. H., Sumners, J. A., Isabelle, J. L., . . . Montgomery, R. A. (2021). A rare 300 kilometer dispersal by an adult male white-tailed deer. ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION, 11(9), 3685-3695. doi:10.1002/ece3.7354

Beck, J. M., Moll, R. J., Kissui, B. M., & Montgomery, R. A. (2021). Do pastoralist cattle fear African lions?. OIKOS, 130(3), 422-430. doi:10.1111/oik.07965

Moll, R. J., Cepek, J. D., Lorch, P. D., Dennis, P. M., Robison, T., & Montgomery, R. A. (2020). At what spatial scale(s) do mammals respond to urbanization?. ECOGRAPHY, 43(2), 171-183. doi:10.1111/ecog.04762

Moll, R. J., Eaton, J. T., Cepek, J. D., Lorch, P. D., Dennis, P. M., Robison, T., . . . Montgomery, R. A. (2020). Dynamic rodent behavioral response to predation risk: implications for disease ecology.. Oecologia, 192(1), 67-78. doi:10.1007/s00442-019-04565-z

Moll, R. J., Cepek, J. D., Lorch, P. D., Dennis, P. M., Tans, E., Robison, T., . . . Montgomery, R. A. (2019). What does urbanization actually mean? A framework for urban metrics in wildlife research. JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECOLOGY, 56(5), 1289-1300. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.13358

Moll, R. J., Redilla, K. M., Mudumba, T., Muneza, A. B., Gray, S. M., Abade, L., . . . Montgomery, R. A. (2017). The many faces of fear: a synthesis of the methodological variation in characterizing predation risk.. J Anim Ecol, 86(4), 749-765. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12680

Most Cited Publications