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 http://aicanderson1.home.comcast.net and http://aicanderson2.home.comcast.net 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.