Troy Radtke, Ph.D.(Contact)
Troy Radtke obtained his B.S in Wildlife from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point in 2004. His Master's research at South Dakota State University focused on crop depredation by Canada geese. His Ph.D. research focused on interactions between small consumers and both native and non-native grasslands. He currently assists researchers as an R&D coordinator and conducts PRS™-probe research to further our understanding of ion-exchange processes in soils. Troy also explores new methods for the use of PRS™- probes.
- Radtke, T. M., and C. D. Dieter. 2011. Canada goose crop damage abatement in South Dakota. Human-Wildlife Interactions 5:315-320.
- Radtke, T. M. 2011. Granivore seed size preferences. Seed Science Research. 21:81-83.
- Radtke, T. M., and C. D. Dieter. 2010. Selection of pathways to foraging sites in crop fields by flightless Canada geese. Human-Wildlife Interactions 4:202-206.