Mark is quantitative ecologist who works with clients to answer tough questions using rigorous statistical analysis. He offers quantitative analytical skills, with a background rooted in ecological field research. Mark has conducted field research across the American West, with a focus on ornithology and disturbance. His quantitative experience ranges across multiple disciplines, from water quality and population models to Bayesian networks and financial forecasting. He is an avid birder, and travels abroad to add to his life list. Mark holds a BS in Wildlife Biology from University of Montana, and a graduate certificate in Applied Statistics from Portland State University.