Matt Marshall, Ph.D.

Matt Marshall, Ph.D.

  • Adjunct Assistant Professor of Wildlife Conservation
  • National Park Service
420 Forest Resources Building
University Park, PA 16802


  • B.S., Miami University (1992)
  • Ph.D., University of Georgia (2000)

Academic Interests

Ecological Monitoring, Avian Ecology, Experimental Design

Courses Taught

WFS 510 Graduate Seminar in Experimental Design


Shifts in vegetation and avian community structure following the decline of a foundational forest species, the eastern hemlock
Condor, Toenies, Matthew J., Miller, David A.W., Marshall, Matthew R., Stauffer, Glenn E., 2018

Using regional bird community dynamics to evaluate ecological integrity within national parks
Ecosphere, Ladin, Zachary S., Higgins, Conor D., Schmit, John Paul, Sanders, Geoffrey, Johnson, Mark J., Weed, Aaron S., Marshall, Matthew R., Campbell, J. Patrick, Comiskey, James A., Shriver, W. Gregory, 2016

Evaluation of a regional monitoring program's statistical power to detect temporal trends in forest health indicators
Environmental Management, Perles, Stephanie J., Wagner, Tyler, Irwin, Brian J., Manning, Douglas R., Callahan, Kristina K., Marshall, Matthew R., 2014

Assessment of indirect pesticide effects on worm-eating warbler populations in a managed forest ecosystem
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Awkerman, Jill A., Marshall, Matthew R., Williams, Alan B., Gale, George A., Cooper, Robert J., Raimondo, Sandy, 2011

Nest success of grassland sparrows on reclaimed surface mines
Journal of Wildlife Management, Stauffer, Glenn E., Diefenbach, Duane R., Marshall, Matthew R., Brauning, Daniel W., 2011