My research interests focus on how to meet the needs of humans while also managing our natural resources using tools from both social and natural science. Ongoing projects focus on water resources, human dimensions of natural resources, wildlife management, urban ecosystems, and landscape ecology.
|Ph. D||Michigan State University||Fisheries and Wildlife, and Program in Ecology, Evolutionary Biology, and Behavior|
|M.S.||Southern Illinois University Carbondale||Zoology|
|MBA||St. John's University, New York City|
|B.Sc||State University of New York (SUNY) College at Plattsburgh||Biological Sciences|
|2014-||University of Connecticut Storrs, CT||Assistant Professor|
|2010-2014||Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University||Assistant Professor|
|2005-2009||US Environmental Protection Agency, Western Ecology Division||Postdoctoral Research Fellow|
Steinberg, R.M., A.T. Morzillo, S.P.D. Riley, and S.G. Clark. 2014. People, predators, and place: rodenticide impacts in a wildland-urban interface. Rural Society. In press.
Morzillo, A.T., K.M. de Beurs, and C.J. Martin-Mikle. 2014. A conceptual framework to evaluate human-wildlife interactions within coupled human and natural systems. Ecology and Society 19:44.
Lurie, S., D.E. Bennett, S. Duncan, H. Gosnell, M. Lewis Hunter, A.T. Morzillo, C. Moseley, M. Nielsen-Pincus, R. Parker, E.M. White. 2013. Payment for ecosystem services marketplace development at the local scale: the Eugene Water and Electric Board as a local watershed services marketplace driver. Ecosystem Services 6:93-103.
Roy, E.D., A.T. Morzillo, Seijo, F.J., S. Walsh, J. Rhemtulla, J. Milder, T. Kuemmerle, S. Martin. 2013. The Elusive Pursuit of Interdisciplinarity at the Human-Environment Interface. Bioscience 63:745-753.