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Joshua Cross, MS
Research Associate
Borderlands Research Institute
Sul Ross State University
PO Box C-21
Alpine, TX 79832
Office phone: (432) 837-8225
Fax: (432) 837-8822
Email: jcross@sulross.edu

Research Specialties

Animal Capture and Processing
Big Game Ecology
Habitat Utilization and Modeling
Upland Gamebird Ecology
Wildlife Tracking and Radio Telemetry
Habitat Management

JOSHUA CROSS

Joshua Cross is a Research Associate with Borderlands Research Institute. His primary research focus is with the upland game bird ecology and management program. Prior to the position with BRI, Josh earned his MS degree from Sul Ross State University in Range and Wildlife management. The focus of his thesis research was the survival, movements, and habitat utilization of desert bighorn sheep translocated to the Santiago Mountains, Texas. Josh also received a BS degree from Sul Ross State University in Range and Wildlife Management. During his undergraduate career, Josh was employed by Borderlands Research Institute as a research technician, primarily focused in the pronghorn restoration program. His research interests include habitat utilization and management, upland game bird responses to rangeland management, and species interactions.

Research Specialties

Animal Capture and Processing
Habitat Utilization and Modeling
Wildlife Tracking and Radio Telemetry

Selected Publications

Cross, J. G. 2016. Survival and habitat utilization of desert bighorn sheep translocated to the Santiago Mountains, Texas. Thesis, Sul Ross State University, Alpine, Texas.