|Michael W. Tuma is a senior biologist at SWCA Environmental Consultants in South Pasadena, and a graduate student in the Integrative and Evolutionary Biology Program within the University of Southern California’s Biological Sciences Department. His current research includes head-starting juvenile desert tortoises on Edwards Air Force Base and Ft. Irwin’s National Training Center, and developing desert tortoise conservation plans using ecological modeling techniques within two designated Critical Habitat areas on Bureau of Land Management lands in California, Nevada, and Arizona.|
|Special interests: "Reptiles and Amphibians" "Southern California Plants and Wildlife" "Desert Tortoise"|
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