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Clemson University
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Caroline Abramowitz

M.S. Student - Wildlife and Fisheries Biology (SC Coop Unit)
Research Assistant
Forestry and Environmental Conservation Department

Office: Lehotsky G12F



Educational Background

B.S. Psychology
James Madison University 2021


Caroline Abramowitz joined the FEC department as a M.S. student in Dr. Erin Buchholtz’s lab Spring semester of 2024. Caroline’s research interests are broadly in wildlife conservation, restoration ecology, and land management. Specifically, Caroline is interested in how land management practices (such as herbicide use, planting, and/or burning) affect bat communities, many of which are seeing drastic population declines due to White Nose Syndrome and wind energy development. Prior to starting at Clemson University, Caroline obtained her B.S from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. She then gained experience as a field technician working on a variety of projects at the Illinois Bat Conservation Program and the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ tracking American Oystercatcher nesting success and assisting with salt marsh restoration. Caroline is excited to be continuing her work on wildlife conservation at Clemson.

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