Integrative Conservation Ecology
We are developing new solutions for the conservation of endangered species, and the long-term preservation of biodiversity and ecosystem function. These solutions include designing protected areas to preserve a particular species or ecosystem, assessing the risks of human activity and land uses on biodiversity, and developing management strategies for populations.
Some examples of ongoing research include:
- How we can mitigate impacts of wind farms on bird populations
- How coffee-dominated landscapes in Costa Rica, India, and East Africa support mammalian biodiversity
- How forest fragmentation affects rare wetland turtles