Ethan has written enthusiastically since he was a child, but on a professional level for the past eight years or so. In addition to plentiful research papers related to his college degrees in Wildlife Ecology and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), he contributed to academic articles on wildlife-research studies he worked on during that time (wildlife-vehicle collisions, amphibian malformations, albatross mortality). He has also written for a newspaper in northeastern Oregon ("The Observer"), covering a variety of beats; Backpacker Magazine; the Bureau of Land Management; Wilderness.net, the federal information clearinghouse for U.S. wilderness areas; and many online publications, from USA Today's "Travel Tips" to Trails.com. Much of his work centers on natural history, ecology, adventure travel, and outdoor recreation.
Ethan writes in a variety of formats, but specializes in explanatory articles on a range of subjects--particularly ecology, physical geography, earth science, wildlife, outdoors/adventure travel, and wilderness recreation.
Ethan has a strong interest in the outdoors, landscape ecology, physical geography, and wildlife. He's presently writing a short guide to landscapes of a particular unit of the National Park Service. When he's not camping someplace wild, he also listens to and makes music; he happily noodles around on the guitar and the drumset.
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