Large mammal populations and conservation
Ph.D. Texas A&M University
M.Sc. Colorado State University
B.A. Macalester College
Affiliate faculty, University of Idaho
Adjunct Faculty, Western Washington University
Clifford G. Rice, Ph.D. Research Scientist
Dr. Clifford G. Rice was Game Surveys Coordinator with WDFW before starting research on mountain goats in 2002. Prior to joining WDFW, he was an endangered species biologist with a U.S. Army Research Laboratory (USACERL). He also was a biologist in the Northern Mariana Islands where his work involved feral goat eradication and inventory and monitoring of many species such as flying foxes and megapodes. He has a long-standing interest in wildlife of the Indian subcontinent including serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nepal and implementing projects on sloth bear and Nilgiri tahr.
Black-tailed deer in western Washington’s managed forests.
K. Yoganand, C.G. Rice, A.J.T. Johnsingh, and J. Seidensticker. 2006. Is the sloth bear in India secure? A preliminary report on distribution, threats and conservation requirements. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 103:172-181.
Rice, C.G. and P. Kalk. 1996. Identification and marking techniques. Pp. 56-66 in: Wild Mammals in Captivity. D.G. Kleiman, M.E Allen, K.V. Thompson, and S. Lumpkin (eds.). University of Chicago Press.