Chuck Frost

Man dressed in camouflage on a boat surrounded by a glacier
Wildlife Biologist and Biometrician

Migratory Bird Management
1011 E. Tudor Rd., MS 201
Anchorage, AK 99503
United States

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About Chuck Frost

Chuck started his career as a biometrician with USFWS in 2012, moving to Alaska and joining MBM in 2015.  He received his B.S. in Agricultural Economics in 2003 and Ph. D. in Wildlife Ecology and Statistics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2008.  He worked at the Alaska Sea Life Center as a post-doc on population dynamics and reintroduction feasibility of threatened Steller’s eiders.  His past research efforts include modeling zoonotic disease dynamics, Mexican wolf recovery, individual-based modeling, National Wildlife Refuge inventory and monitoring planning, and economic effects of wildlife damage.  He currently focuses on waterfowl monitoring, analytic programming in a variety of languages, structured decision making, and creation and maintenance of an R package for Alaska MBM survey analysis and reporting (AKaerial).  Outside of work, he enjoys fishing, hunting, and watching and playing sports of all kinds.