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Christine Anhalt-Depies

Christine Anhalt-Depies is a Research Scientist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. She is interested in engaging the public in natural resource management. As part of the Snapshot Wisconsin team, she helps to evaluate the program. Christine received her Bachelor's degree in biology and psychology from Ripon College and a M.S. in conservation biology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Emily Buege

Emily Buege is a Research Scientist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, functioning as a database manager and spatial analyst on the Snapshot Wisconsin team. Emily obtained a B.S. in ecology from Winona State University in her hometown of Winona, Minnesota. She went on to study at the University of Alabama, where she received her M.S. in Geography with an emphasis in environment and natural resources. Her thesis research involved species distribution modeling of native fish in the Bladen River, Belize.

Jamie Bugel

Jamie Bugel is a Natural Resources Educator and Research Technician with the Snapshot Wisconsin project. She works with multiple aspects of the project from data collection to volunteer outreach. She enjoys sharing and exploring nature with others. Jamie received her B.S. in Biology from Dickinson College in Pennsylvania and her M.S. in Agroecology from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Sarah Cameron

Sarah Cameron is a Natural Resources Educator and Research Technician with the Snapshot Wisconsin project where she works primarily on volunteer management, education and outreach. She completed her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she studied conservation biology and environmental studies. In her free time, Sarah enjoys hiking and kayaking around the lakes of Madison. Sarah is interested in continuing to get the public involved in volunteer-based monitoring and conserving Wisconsin’s unique natural resources.

Ally Magnin

Ally Magnin is a University of Wisconsin-Madison undergraduate student studying Environmental Sciences with a certificate in Sustainability. She enjoys biking, kayaking, horseback riding, skiing and performing with the University of Wisconsin Marching Band as a member of the drumline. Ally strives to have a positive impact on the environment with her career and she hopes to gain experience in wildlife monitoring and conservation through her work with Snapshot Wisconsin.

Jennifer Stenglein

Jennifer Stenglein is a quantitative wildlife Research Scientist with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources where she works on trail camera monitoring of Wisconsin’s wildlife. She is interested in getting students and the public involved in wildlife monitoring and using those data to understand spatial patterns and temporal trends in wildlife populations.

Mackenzie Turner

Mackenzie Turner is a Natural Resources Educator and Research Technician with the Snapshot Wisconsin project. Mackenzie received her bachelor's degree in Biology from the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire. As an undergraduate, Mackenzie worked on a project involving functional diversity in stream-dwelling fishes, along with a study on comparative morphology in bluegill sunfish. In her spare time, she enjoys snowshoeing, fishing, watching documentaries, and spending time with family and friends.

Claire Viellieux

Claire Viellieux is a Natural Resources Educator and Research Technician for the Snapshot Wisconsin team. She received her B.S. in Conservation Biology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison where she helped research the trophic ecology of California spotted owls. Her interests include human-wildlife interactions as well as sharing her passion for nature and animals with others. In her free time, Claire enjoys hiking, yoga, and reading memoirs.

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Last revised: Tuesday September 03 2019