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Spatial Analysis Laboratory
Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources
205E Aiken Center
81 Carrigan Drive
Burlington, VT 05405
Ernest Buford is a research specialist and systems administrator in the Spatial Analysis Lab. Ernie works on a diversity of research projects, such as the Vermont Biodiversity Project and Gap Analysis for Vermont and New Hampshire. Ernie also serves as UVM's ESRI site license administrator.
M.S., Wildlife and Fisheries Biology, University of Vermont, 1996
Capen, D.E., and E.W. Buford. 2008. A Gap Analysis of Vermont and New Hampshire. Final contract report to U.S. Geological Survey Biological Resources Division, Gap Analysis Program. Moscow, Idaho. 81 pp. plus appendices.
Capen, D., T. Scharf, S. MacFaden, and E. Buford. 2005. An Assessment of Wildlife Habitat in Williston, Vermont. Final contract report to Town of Williston, Vermont. 23 pp.
Capen, D.E., Z.L. Richards, E.W. Buford, S.W. MacFaden, C.J. Anderson, and K.N. Ciarimboli. 2004. Identification and Characterization of Vernal Pools in the Western Half of the Ethan Allen Firing Range, Spring 2003. Final contract report to Vermont Military Department, Colchester, Vermont. 17 pp.
Capen, D.E., C. E. Ferree, and E. W. Buford. 1999. Landscape diversity as the basis for a reserve design initiative in Vermont. Gap Analysis Bulletin 8: 48-50.
Buford, E. W., and D. E. Capen. 1999. Abundance and productivity of forest songbirds in a managed, unfragmented forest. Journal of Wildlife Management 63(1): 180-188.