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Amos Ziegler

Group Leader / Principle Investigator

235B Natural Science Building
East Lansing, MI

Principle investigator (PI) and group leader of the Applied Spatial Ecology and Technical Services (ASETS) research group since initiating development of the research program in 2008. Currently PI on national, regional and state level research initiatives focusing on the development and implementation of geospatial technologies for the investigation of invasive species population dynamics and mitigation strategies.

Current active research projects include national strategies for the monitoring and management of spongy moth; management of the emerald ash borer through biological control treatments; and the development of data management strategies for the large-scale survey and mitigation of invasive species.

He is a regular cooperator with state and federal agencies on the issues of invasive species monitoring and mitigation.


  • M.A., Geography: State University of New York, University at Albany.


  • Certificate of Advanced Study in Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Analysis. State University of New York, University at Albany.


  • B.S., Geography major (emphasis Biogeography) from the State University of New York, College at Cortland. Supporting concentrations in Environmental Science, Biology, and Computer Science.


Areas of Expertise

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  • Transformation
  • Capital Management
  • Leadership Effectiveness
  • Strategy to Execution Support

Case Studies

March 21, 2017

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March 21, 2017

Jack’s First Consulting Contract in Las Vegas

October 2, 2017

How to Keep Difficult Clients Happy

July 22, 2017

Creating New Business Standards