Adrienne Contasti – M.Sc.

Adrienne L. Contasti was the first graduate student to join my lab worked on the population dynamics of the feral horses on Sable Island, Nova Scotia.  She spent her summers of 2008, 2009, and 2010 naming and tracking the life histories and movements of every horse in the population.  She successfully defended her M.Sc. in 2011, with focus on reporting baseline information regarding population growth in the horse population, and the unique contributions that each individual makes to the patterns we see within the population.