Tim Ginnett, Ph.D.
Professor and Discipline Coordinator
Phone: (715) 346-4191
Fax: (715) 346-3624
Office: CNR 342
- Doctor of Philosophy, University of California - Davis , 1994
- Master of Science, University of Nevada -Las Vegas, 1982
- Bachelor of Arts, California State University - Humboldt, 1977
- Wildlife 353, Wildlife and Fish Population Dynamics
- Wildlife 311, Quantitative Methods for Wildlife and Fisheries Research and Management
- Wildlife 762, Quantitative Ecology
- Wildlife 754, Behavioral Ecology
- Wildlife 742, Ecological Data Analysis
- Wildlife 350, Wildlife Management Techniques
- Wildlife 354, Wildlife and Fish Population Dynamics Methods
- Wildlife 334, Ungulate Ecology
- Natural Resources 151, Ecological Basis for Natural Resource Management
Current Research Projects
- Elk Population Dynamics
- Black Bear Ecology
- Deer in Stevens Point
Brashear, KE, Ginnett, TF, Evans, RA & Bogaczyk, BA. 2012. Bird community variation among silvicultural treatments in managed northern hardwood forests of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Michigan Birds and Natural History 19, 3-27.
Sadeghpour, MH & Ginnett, TF. 2011. Habitat selection by female American black bears in northern Wisconsin. Ursus 22, 159-166.
Kunz, DJ, Ocumpaugh, WR, Bryant, FC & Ginnett, TF. 2009. Alternative warm-season forages for free-ranging white-tailed deer in south Texas. Texas Journal of Agriculture and Natural Resources 22, 7-16
Brashear, KE, Ginnett, TF., Evans, RA & Bogaczyk, BA. 2006. First Documented Breeding of Wood Thrush population in Gogebic County, MI. Michigan Birds and Natural History 13, 200-202.
Cooper, SM, Owens, MK, Cooper, RM & Ginnett, TF (2006) Effect of supplemental feeding on spatial distribution and browse utilization by white-tailed deer in semi-arid rangeland. Journal of Arid Environments 66, 716-726.
Cooper, S, Owens, MK, Spalinger, DE & Ginnett, TF (2003) The architecture of shrubs after defoliation and the subsequent feeding behavior of browsers. Oikos 100, 387-393.
Osborn, RG & Ginnett, TF (2002) Effects of weathering on fecal nitrogen stability. Southwestern Naturalist 47, 640-642.
Osborn, RG & Ginnett, TF (2001) Fecal nitrogen and fecal 2,6,diaminopimelic acid as indices to diet quality: effects of gender and tannin consumption. Wildlife Society Bulletin 29, 1131-1139.
Cooper, SM, & Ginnett, TF (2000) Potential effects of supplemental feeding of deer on nest predation. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 28:660-666
Ginnett, TF, & Young, EL (2000) Stochastic recruitment in white-tailed deer along an environmental gradient. Journal of Wildlife Mangement 64:713-720
Lyons, RK, Ginnett, TF, & Taylor, RB (1999) Woody plants and wildlife: brush sculpting in south Texas and the Edwards Plateau. Texas Agricultural Extension Service, L-5332. (Download a copy!!...requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
Ginnett, TF, Dankosky, JA, Deo, G, & Demment, MW (1999) Patch depression in grazers: the roles of biomass distribution and residual stems. Functional Ecology, 13:37-44.
Ginnett, TF & Demment, MW (1999) Sexual segregation by Masai giraffes at two spatial scales. African Journal of Ecology, 37:93-106.
Cooper, SM & Ginnett, TF (1998) Spines protect plants from browsing by small climbing mammals. Oecologia, 113:219-221.
Lyons, RK & Ginnett, TF (1998) Integrating deer, quail and turkey habitat. Texas Agricultural Extension Service, L-5196.
Ginnett, TF & Demment, MW (1997) Sex differences in giraffe foraging behavior at two spatial scales. Oecologia 110:291-300.
Ginnett, TF & Demment, MW (1995) The functional response of herbivores: analysis and test of a simple mechanistic model. Functional Ecology 9:376-384.