Morzillo, Anita

Courtesy Professor


Landscape ecology, wildlife ecology, human dimensions

Educational Background: 
  • Ph.D Michigan State University, Fisheries & Wildlife and Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, & Behavior
  • M.S. Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Zoology
  • M.B.A. Saint John's University (New York City)
  • B.S. State University of New York (SUNY) College at Plattsburgh, Biological Science
Research Interests: 

landscape ecology, systems ecology, wildlife ecology, human dimensions of wildlife and natural resources, urban ecology, and integrating ecology and social science

Selected Publications: 
  1. E.M. White, A.T. Morzillo, and R.J. Alig. 2009. Land development indicators and projections of rural land conversion under different scenarios. Landscape and Urban Planning 89:37–48.
  2. Morzillo, A.T., J.W. Hollister, C.A. Drew, M. Rocca, M.E. Baker, J. Bossenbroek, and C. Mazzarella. 2008. A young ecologist’s guide to gainful employment: a review of experiences and successful strategies. Ecological Society of America (ESA) Bulletin 89:193–203.
  3. Morzillo, A.T., A.G. Mertig, N. Garner, and J. Liu. 2007. Spatial distribution of attitudes toward proposed management strategies for a wildlife recovery. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 12:15–29.
  4. Morzillo, A.T., G.A. Feldhamer, and M.C. Nicholson. 2003. Ground and arboreal nest use by the golden mouse (Ochrotomys nuttalli) in southern Illinois. Journal of Mammalogy 84:553–560.