Current Activities

David Anderson retired from the position as Unit Leader on May 2, 2003. He retained his Professorship within the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology and is finishing a number of activities on campus. He no longer offers graduate courses. He has an office in Room 205 Wagar Building (phone 970-214-3885). He just finished a book (Advanced Distance Sampling) with several other colleagues and a large monograph on the Northern Spotted Owl (Wildlife Monographs). A research monograph on multimodel inference (Sociological Methods in Research) has been published and 6-7 journal papers on a variety of topics are in various stages of publication. He wrote a textbook that was published by Springer in 2008, entitled. 

“Model-Based Inference in the Life Sciences: A Primer on Evidence.”

David Anderson is the president of the Applied Information Company, a small company based in Fort Collins, Colorado. For information on the company see and The company provides 1- to 5-day workshops around the world on information-theoretic approaches to science and management problems. The company offers consulting services, but does not engage directly in data analysis.