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Stephen Arthur, PhD
Research Biologist

Stephen Arthur, PhD is a research biologist with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, whose interests include predator-prey interactions, analysis of animal movement patterns and assessing effects of human activity on arctic wildlife. His research has involved a variety of mammals ranging in size from snowshoe hares to polar bears. His current projects include studies of population dynamics of arctic caribou herds and interactions among Dall sheep, snowshoe hares and their predators.

Dr. Arthur earned a BS degree from the University of Massachusetts, an MS degree from Colorado State University and a PhD from the University of Maine.


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