Gary Roloff, Ph.D.
Associate Professor38 Natural Resources
Area of Expertise: Effects of natural and human disturbances on wildlife and biodiversity
- Michigan Department of Natural Resources-Wildlife Division, 2014. Quantifying feral swine ecology and potential disease transmission in Michigan to inform effective control, $541,629 (Gary J. Roloff, R. A. Montgomery, K. M. Hollis, K. VerCauteren, P. Butchko, and G. Peter).
- Michigan Department of Natural Resources-Wildlife Division, 2014. Monitoring mast occurrence and production using citizen scientists to inform wildlife management in Michigan, $123,763 (Gary J. Roloff, H. Campa III, S. Winterstein).
- United States Fish and Wildlife Service, 2011. Distribution and abundance of breeding birds in the upper Midwest and Great Lakes region as influenced by climate and land cover change, $176,575 (Gary J. Roloff, Daniel V. Linden).
- Michigan Department of Natural Resources-Wildlife Division, 2011. Factors influencing snowshoe hare occupancy and abundance, $295,061 (Gary J. Roloff, Henry Campa, III).
- Michigan Department of Natural Resources-Wildlife Division, 2008. Effectiveness of residual structure retention in clearcut harvest units for conserving biodiversity and wildlife habitat, $505,152 (Gary J. Roloff).
- National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, 2006. The role of retained structures for conserving wildlife habitat and biodiversity in managed forests, $425,512 (Gary J. Roloff).
- Oregon State University, 2005. Southwest Oregon risk demonstration project, $107,500 (Gary J. Roloff, Jeff Barry, Steven P. Mealey).
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Michigan Department of Natural Resources – Wildlife Division, and U. S. Forest Service, 2003. Historical and potential habitat suitability of Michigan’s upper peninsula for the Canada lynx, $51,845 (Henry Campa III, Kelly F, Millenbah, Dean Beyer, and Gary J. Roloff).
Other awards (<$50,000):
- National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, 2011. Forest management and western gray squirrels, $30,000 (Gary J. Roloff).
- Berryman Institute, 2010. Developing and implementing effective black bear exclusion devices to protect apiaries, $30,150 (Gary J. Roloff, Jordan Pusateri-Burroughs, Dwayne Etter).
- Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, Project GREEEN, 2006. The reconciliation of the Endangered Species Act and Michigan agricultural interests, $35,000 (Kelly F. Millenbah, Mark E. Whalon, Larry G. Olsen, and Gary J. Roloff)
- Fort Custer Training Center, U.S. Department of Defense, 2005. A raptor inventory of the Fort Custer Training Center, Augusta, Michigan, $22,330 (Gary J. Roloff).
- BASF Corporation, 2002. Small mammal and herpetofauna assemblages at Point Hennepin, BASF Corporation, $38,460 (Kelly F. Millenbah and Gary J. Roloff).