KELLY JOYNER

Kelly Joyner is second year MEM focusing on forest ecosystems and their associated wildlife inhabitants, while also working towards a certificate in Geospatial Analysis. She has extensively studied conservation and biodiversity supported by post-grad field work on species of conservation concern in south Alabama and north Florida. For her masters project, Kelly is conducting a corridor analysis on eastern diamondback rattlesnakes on Jekyll Island, GA, in and effort to reconnect two disjunct populations.

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