BS: University of Utah
Jason completed his MS at ISU in 2008. Co-advised by Dr. Baxter and Dr. Chuck Peterson, he researched the factors influencing tailed frog distribution in stream networks, a collaborative project with Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, Potlatch Corporation, and ISU. In his final year as a graduate student, Jason served as a NSF GK-12 Fellow, through which he taught science in a local high school. As of 2010, Jason is a biologist with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources.
ThesisJones, J.L. 2008. Rocks to riverscapes: Factors influencing Ascaphus montanus tadpole abundance at multiple spatial scales. M.S. Thesis, Department of Biological Sciences, Idaho State University.