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Bean, William T
focus on spatial ecology of mammals
Assistant Professor in the Department of Wildlife at Humboldt State University
Mailman School of Public Health, Department of Epidemiology // Research in Infectious Diseases
MPH Candidate in Epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health
Behavioral ecolgy & animal communication
Ph.D. student, Dept of Biology, Univ of Maryland
Tropical ecosystems, land use change, remote sensing of wetlands and conservation
Postdoctoral Fellow, Woods Institute for the Environment & Department of Anthropology, Stanford University. Graduated with a Ph.D. from Duke University in Conservation Ecology.
Agarwala , Meghna
Forest degradation and commerce in Central India: Evidence from ecology, remote sensing and political ecology
Post-doctoral research fellow at Columbia University, continuing her work with Ruth DeFries.
Conservation biology, animal behavior
Animal behavior, conservation genetics
Reconstructing Amazonian Ecological Memory: How Humans and Rivers Shape the Peruvian Amazon Landscape.
Associate Professor at UNC Chapel Hill
Conservation biology education
Principal, Academy for Conservation and the Environment
The role of mycorrhizal fungi and natural enemy communities on seedling dynamics in a secondary tropical rainforest
Huxley Fellow (Research instructor) at Rice University
Baczyk, Asia (Joanna)
Vegetation and grazing issues in Tanzania
Biological Scientist, Psomas Engineering.
Coral reef ecology, ecosystem presevation
Director of Ocean Academy, Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences; Instructor, Coral Reefs Ecology, Bermuda Institute of Ocean Science (BIOS) in partnership with the Center for Environmental Research and Conservation (CERC).
Habitat use by the Great Indian Rhinoceros and other sympatric large herbivores in Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India.
Conservation Biologist, Conservation Programs, Zoological Society of London.
Marine conservation biology, population studies, behavorial ecology
Project Manager for City of Rochester's Department of Environmental Services
Reconstructing the Evolutionary and Population History of an Introduced Carnivore, The small Indian Mongoose (Herpestes javanicus).
Advising Dean Columbia University
Diversity of Rodent Populations Inhabiting Bolivian Valleys
Working in Bolivia on Center for Biodiversity Conservation (CBC)-supported community-based conservation projects, and on several Bolivian wildlife survey projects.
conservation biology of the gray shanked douc langur
Ph.D. student at the University of British Columbia
Behavioral Ecology, Foundation and Government Grants, GIS and camera trap technology
Program Manager, Global Conservation, Wildlife Conservation Society; Foundation and Govt Grants Manager, African Parks Network; Conservation Field Technologist, Panthera
conservation biology of loggerhead sea turtles, marine ecosystems
PhD Candidate in Pollinator Conservation, Ecology and Environmental Sciences at the University of Maine Orono
The Phylogeography and Populatopn Genetics of Three cave-Dwelling Bat Species in Southeastern Europe and Anatolia.
Assistant Professor, Institute of Environmental Sciences at Bogazici University, Istanbul.
Conservation biology and genetics; evolutionary ecology; ecological niche modeling; molecular phylogenetics; landscape genetics and ecology; biogeography
DIRECTOR, BIODIVERSITY INFORMATICS RESEARCH, AMNH CENTER FOR BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION; AFFILIATED PROFESSOR, RICHARD GILDER GRADUATE SCHOOL, AMNH; ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR E3B; PRESIDENT, AMNH CHAPTER OF THE ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN SCIENCE
Interpretive Park Ranger, Muir Woods National Monument, Golden Gate National Recreation Area
The Respiratory Ecophysiology of Woody Stems and Branches in Temperate Forest Trees.
Senior Scientist Land Use Ecological Services
Brandt (formerly Lamster), Stephanie
Senior Scientist; Endangered Species Act Coordinator; NEPA reviewer at the Environmental Protection Agency in New York
Ph.D. Student Cornell University
Breitenbach Kutska, Debra
Perceptions of polar bear conservation
Sustainability Specialist for Oakton Community College
Old world primate social and ranging patterns.
Assistant Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara
Tropical forest ecology
Mice: epigenetics and superovulation
Senior Teaching Artist, Dancing Classrooms.
veterinary assistant, Healthy Pets Veterinary Services, Brooklyn
Habitat validation, resource assessment, coral reef ecosystems
Research Analyst, USVI coral monitoring program, St. Thomas, Virgin Islands.
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection - Land Management Assistant
plants, conservation, restoration
Bat cave selection and conservation in Ankarana, northern Madagascar
PhD candidate, University of Wisconsin - Madison
Systematics of Caryoteae (Palmae)
Ph.D. student, department of Ecology & Evolution at Yale University.
Mammals, black rock forest
Invasive species in NYC, issues in urban ecology
Natural resource conservation
Primate behavior, blue monkeys in Kakamega forest, Kenya
Ph.D. candidate at the City University of New York
Genetic connectivity of natural popilations of the Mexican understory palm Chamaedorea ernesti-augustii.
Assistant Professor Laboratorio Nacional de Genomica para la Biodiversidad in Guanajuato, México
Agrodiversity in Southeast Asia.
USAID's Global Climate Change Office
California Academy of Science teacher
lobster houses, methods of sustainable fishing and agriculture
Coastal Biologist US Fish and Wildlife Service North Florida Field Office Jacksonville, FL
Marine research systems ecology
Senior Manager, Corporate and Foundation Relations Rainforest Alliance London, UK
Temporal and landscape level variation in spatial genetic structure of the herb Heliconia acuminate in central Amazonia
Assistant Professor, Ecology Dept, UNESP - São Paulo State University, Rio Claro
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Class 2020
CRISTOFARO WILLIAMS, FRANCESCA
CONSERVATION EDUCATION - INFLUENCING VISITOR ATTITUDES TOWARD BEE-EATERS AT THE BRONX ZOO
Curriculum and Evaluation Consultant for the Audubon CT Schoolyard Habitat Program, NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY
Forest ecology, tropical landscape managment, agroforestry
Biologist at Environmental Protection Agency.
Research Scientist, State Herbarium of South Australia, Science Resource Centre, Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Adelaide, South Australia.
Land use, diverse values, and conservation practice in the periphery of Makira protected area, northeastern Madagascar
Ecologist, New York City's Department of Parks & Recreation, in the Natural Resources Group
Northeastern ecosystem: field, wood, water
Living in the Edge: Community Based Resource Governance of the Aquatic Terrestrial Zone.
Assistant Professor Adjunct of Anthropology, University of Colorado, Boulder
Dean, Annie Margaret
Primate social behavior
Senior Operations and Logistics Manager, UberEATS
Ecology and Conservation of Large Carnivores
Ph.D. student, SUNY College of Environmental Science & Forestry (SUNY ESF)
behavioral ecology of birds
GIS mapping and forest ecology
Conservation Coordinator, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, OH.
Parks and protected areas on small islands: their representitiveness and efficacy for the conservation of biological diversity.
The social and ecological underpinnings of human-wildlife conflict on the island of Dominica
anatomical reconstruction both paleo and forensic
Representative, NY state Dept. of Motor Vehicles
RESEARCH COORDINATOR, SUSTAINABLE ECOLOGICAL AQUACULTURE NETWORK, AQUACULTURE RESEARCH INSTITUTE, UNIVERSITY OF MAINE ORONO
Climate Program Officer at NOAA
Ekernas, Stefan (Lars)
Proximate Reasons for Natal Dispersal in Blue Monkeys
Survey biologist for the wild horse & burro program, U.S. Geological Survey
Escovar Fadul, Tatiana
Conservation genetics, environmental management
The changing matrix: Reforestation and connectivity in a tropical habitat corridor
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
The phylogenetic relationships of Scinax and other hylid frogs.
Curator & Chair of Herpetology, División Herpetología, Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales & Adjunct professor in the Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales. Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina; Principal Investigator of CONICET
FOREST CONSERVATION ECOLOGY, GIS
ECOLOGIST, USDA FOREST SERVICE
Conservation genetics, environmental management
Human-Induced Landscape Changes of New York City
Freelance photographer, with Wildlife Conservation Society, National Geographic, etc
Bird population ecology; seabird population dynamics; forest bird flocking behavior.
Assistant Professor of Population Ecology at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, in Brazil.
Behavioral aspects of penguin ecology
Ph.D. in Conservation Biology; Population biologist at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, Orlando,FL
broader issues in conservation biology
Catering and Special Events Manager at Restaurant Associates.
Disease ecology of wild and domestic carnivores in Bolivia.
Veterinarian Albuquerque BioPark Zoo & Aquarium
Community and ecosystem ecology in Inner Mongolia, China
Environmental Biologist and Data Scientist, Volpe National Transportation Research Center, Cambridge, MA
disease ecology, epidemiology, behavioral ecology
City Research Scientist Office of Surveillance and Epidemiology Bureau of Tuberculosis Control NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene; Research Associate Jane Goodall Research Institute Department of Evolutionary Anthropology Duke University
Patterns of Land Cover Change in and around Madidi National Park in Bolivia and adjacent areas of Peru
GIS Network Coordinator for the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF).
Foyer-De Voe, Patricia
Phylogeography of Paruromys dominator in Sulawesi
Endoparasites of Western Lowland Gorillas at Bai Hokou, Central African Republic
Veterinary MD, California Animal Hospital. Graduated with VMD from the University of Pennsylvania.
Diversity of form, content, and function in the vocal signals of adult male blue monkeys (Cercopithecus mitis stuhlmanni ): an evolutionary approach to understanding a signal repertoire
Teaching at the City University of New York
Rainforest conservation, sustainability, primate behavioral ecology
Supply Chain Accountability at Rainforest Alliance
Teacher and carbon market professional
Ecology of West Nile Virus.
Visiting Scientist, Center for Biodiversity and Conservation (CBC), AMNH
Gonçalves da Silva, Anders
Causes of spatial structure in mammals: a case study in the Atlantic Forest, Brazil.
BIOINFORMATICIAN AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA
The Phylogeny of Poison Dart Frogs (Anura, Dendrobatidae).
Assistant Professor, Dept of Zoology, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Teaching ecology and conservation
Conference Producer, Institute for International Research.
PhD student at Imperial College London, not University College London
wildlife conservation, captive breeding, policy
Influence of land cover changes and climate variability on fire activity in the Peruvian Amazon
Postdoctoral Researcher, Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia
evolution of adaptive traits, behavior, social structure firstname.lastname@example.org
Parasitology in leopard populations
Project Manager, Wetlands and Riparian Restoration, NYC Invasive Species Taskforce, NYC Dept of Parks and Recreation
Forestry policies in Brazilian rainforest
Ph.D. student, Faculty of Forestry of the University, British Columbia.
Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Conservation Genetics at the Species Boundary: Case studies from African and Carribean Crocodiles (genus: Crocodylus).
Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences, Fordham University, Bronx, New York.
Using Models to Understand Moose Recolonization of the Adirondacks
Avian behavior, molecular ecology
Ph.D. Student Cornell University
climate change, ecology, conservation biology, emergence of infectious diseases
joint PhD student at National University of Singapore and Imperial College London.
Urban Ecology, Biogeochemistry, Isotopes, Air and Water Quality Monitoring
Senior Water Quality Laboratory Technician, City of Pasadena Department of Water and Power (Pasadena, CA)
Science teacher, Manhattan Village Academy, New York City Department of Education.
Hematology and Blood Biochemistry of Sea Turtles in Baja California Sur, Mexico
GIS Specialist, Conservation Science Program, World Wildlife Fund.
Nate Sawtell's Neuroscience Lab in 2014, 2016-2017 at Columbia Medical Center
Medical student at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Hunt , Maya
Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Aquatic ecology, invasive species
Ph.D. student at University of Vermont
Advisory Board Member at Groundwork Opportunities
Adaptation to climate variability in social agro-ecological systems
Assistant Professor School for Environment and Sustainability University of Michigan
Working in the Education Department at the American Museum of Natural History
Invasive species, plant ecology
Conservation medicine and botany
Effect of an Urban-to-Rural Gradient on Mosquito Diversity and Malaria Prevalence in Iquitos, Peru
Program Manager, Wildlife Trade and Program of Work Protected Areas Manager, Afghanistan.
NYC DoEducation affiliate; USAID project management, Indonesia
Ecosystem stability in moss-microarthropod communities.
Recently Research Scientist, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Ecologie et Gestion de la Biodiversité, Paris, France.
ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND POLICY
MIDDLE SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER WITH NYC DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Behavior ecology, avian ecology
PhD student in the Neurobiology and Behavior department at Cornell University; visiting student at Oxford, Zoology department
Genetics and Geography in West Coast Chitons (Mollusca: Polyplacophora).
Assistant Professor, School of Marine and Environmental Affairs, University of Washington
Environmental variation affects population and behavioral wildlife ecology
Assistant Curator of Conservation and Research, North Carolina Zoo
The influence of ecological process on evolution of a highly migratory Baleen whale
NRDC Marine Mammal Science Fellow.
Conservation animal genetics
Lecturer at Surya University, Indonesia
Kim, Samuel / Junghoon
DIRECTOR OF NATURAL AREAS RESTORATION, NYC DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION
dispersal and landscape genetics of black howler monkeys in Chiapas, Mexico
Ph.D student at the University of Toronto
NY Tidal wetlands, macrofossils, vegetation studies, climate, and sea level history
Avian Conservation & Ecology
Conservation Biologist at NYC Audubon
Director of Conservation Education at The Wilds.
Education Specialist, Wildlife Conservation Society.
GIS analyst in the Global conservation division, Wildlife Conservation Society.
Environmental Engineer, WATER COMPLIANCE BRANCH, U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
Laumann, Katie May
Fisheries Manager at the Virginia Marine Resources Commission
Marine conservation biology, population studies, behavorial ecology
Understanding the pair bond in brown titi monkeys (Callicebus brunneus): male and female reproductive interests.
Lecturer at E3B, Columbia University. Jenna also serves as Program Director for the Center of Environmental Research and Conservation's (CERC) SEE-U programs.
Working in Malaysia with EcoHealthAlliance
Lee, Jee Min
M.S. program in Earth Resources Engineering at SEAS, Columbia University
Marine mammals, endangered species.
Environmental Scientist at TRC Solutions.
Liao, Eleen (Wenying)
Ph.D. student at Princeton University
Liu, Lijun Alicia
Coral Reef Ecology
Forest ecology, ecosystem restoration, urban ecosystem planning and invasive species.
Director of Research & Analysis, Forestry, Horticulture & Natural Resources, NYC Parks.
Tropical Deforestation and the Land-Water Interface
Assistant scientist, Woods Hole Research Center
Tropical ecosystem conservation
Manager of Pacific Programs
human disturbance and food supply effects on primates
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Key Laboratory of Tropical Forest Ecology, Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Conservation of ecosystems, behavioral ecology, mammalian conservation, including snow leopards
working for New York State Department of Environmental Conservation as a Wildlife Biologist working with Endangered Species.
Animal behavior and conservation education
Assistant professor of Psychology at Manhattan College
Scientist at Cano Palma Biological Station
Reef fish phylogenetics
Amy was awarded a Taylor/Blakeslee Fellowship by the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing, and is an M.S. studeent at UC Santa Barbara
The Ecology, Evolution and Natural History of the Endangered Dwarf Carnivores of Cozumel Island, Mexico.
Passed away October 27, 2014
U.S. Navy, Artic Roadmap Project
Menchaca Rodriguez, Angelica
Environmental factors to population structure in mobile marine organisms: a combined genetic oceanographic approach.
Assistant Director, Latin American and Caribbean Program, WCS and Visiting Scientist, AMNH, Adjunct Professor at Columbia and NYU
land management, special-status species conservation, habitat restoration
Marin County Parks
Mihnovets, A. Nicole
Historical and contemporary genetic perspectives on New World monk seals (Genus Neomonachus)
Mixed species association of blue monkeys, Kakamega Forest, Kenya.
Ph.D. student in Ecology at UC Davis
Wild dog conservation
Milligan, Brooke (Elizabeth)
Coastal Scientist, Bald Head Island Conservancy
invasive species, global environemntal change
Ph.D. student, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, University of Toronto
Duiker hunting/N Congo
Research scientist in Baltimore MD
Admissions Coordinator at Columbia University's College of Physicians and Surgeons
behavioral ecology and conservation
marine population studies, ecology, genetics
characterizing and comparing humpback whale songs from Madagascar and Western Australia
Ph.D. student, Cetacean Ecology and Acoustics Laboratory (CEAL) University of Queensland, Australia.
Functional and phylogenetic dimensions of tree diversity across environmental gradients in Puerto Rico: Insights to community assembly processes
Postdoctoral Researcher, Aarhus University, Denmark
birds, dinosaurs, biogeography
Connectivity and Structure of Atlantic Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) populations: A Genetic Perspective.
Assistant Professor CUNY Grad Center & Biology Department, College of Staten Island, City University of New York.
Corporate Sustainabilty at United Nations Global Compact
Oak mortality and plant populations
PhD student at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, program: Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
NSF International Postdoctoral Fellow, University of São Paulo & Lancaster University
genetics, GIS, behavior
Flying fox population genetics and phylogeny; Nipah virus emergence.
Senior Research Scientist, EcoHealthAlliance and Adjunct Lecturer, Columbia University.
Human impact on land use modification
PH.D. STUDENT DEPT OF EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE (SCHOOL OF EARTH SCIENCES AT STANFORD) ADVISED BY DR. ERIC LAMBIN
African elephant habitat effects
Conservation Scientist at Round River Conservation Studies
ECOLOGY AND EVOLUTION OF FUNGI
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPT OF BIOLOGY, UNIV OF WISCONSIN – LA CROSSE
Environmental biology, species identification, avian and fish ecology
Natural history & conservation of birds
Energy & Adaptation Program Manager for the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies in Washington, DC; 2016 recipient of the Mark J. Reeff Memorial Award, "for dedication to wildlife, youth, landowners, and natural resources".
Independent consultant Monitoring and Evaluation officer WWF Adria
Rainforest Alliance administrator/financial manager
Animal behavior, conservation, biodiversity
environmental change and behavior
Anthropogenic Pressures and Effects on Podocnemis Turtles (P. expansa, P. unifilis, P. sextuberculata) in the Iquitos Area of the Peruvian Amazon
Project manager, DNA Learning Center Cold Spring Harbor; Manager Scientific Research Mentoring Program, AMNH
Porzecanski, Ana Luz
HISTORICAL BIOGEOGRAPHY OF THE SOUTH AMERICAN ARIDLANDS: A MOLECULAR PHYLOGENETIC STUDY OF ENDEMIC AVIAN TAXA
DIRECTOR, CENTER FOR BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION, AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY & PROJECT DIRECTOR, NETWORK OF CONSERVATION EDUCATOR AND PRACTITIONERS
Urban Advantage Coordinator/Education Specialist at the Staten Island Zoo in Staten Island, NY
Biodiversity, ecosystem services
Ph.D. student, E3B, Columbia University.
Biodiversity and ecosystem function, human land use, ecosystem stability and ecosystem services
Ecological divergence, Swallowtail butterfly species
Ph.D. student, Canada.
Avian Diversification in the Andes: Understanding Endemism Patterns and Historical Biogeography
Head of the Priority and Endangered species program at the Comisión Nacional para el Uso y Conocimiento de la Biodiversidad (CONABIO)
PhD Candidate,University of British Columbia studying riparian and stream ecology in western Canada.
Rasoamam Pianina, Vanessa
Marine mammal biology and conservation
Teaching conservation biology, University in Madagascar.
Strict Protection or Managed Harvest? Furbearers, Institution and Socioeconomic Change in Kamchatka, Russia (1971-2001).
Adjunct Fellow at United Nations University Traditional Knowledge Initiative
Population Genetics, Pathogen Evolution
Research MPhil student, Department of Genetics, University of Cambridge
Conservation, population genetics
Research Assistant, Review Editor at Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry.
Conservation education, primate research
Audubon at Home Coordinator, Audubon Connecticut.
MPhil candidate in Applied Biological Anthropology at Cambridge University
marine ecosystems, fisheries
Intra-sexual competition and reproduction in wild blue monkeys
Wildlife Conservation Society
National park success
Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at SUNY Potsdam
Cuba Program Manager Mesoamerica and Western Caribbean Program Wildlife Conservation Society
Social activity in wild blue monkeys
Ph.D. student, Oxford University
Bird survey at Black Rock, Lab Manager Quinnipiac College
Sage Margraf, Elizabeth
Biology and Chemistry teacher, CT
Evolutionary Biology of the Human Species
Ph.D. student, Cornell University
Phylogenetics of the Lamprologini based on molecules and morphology.
Scientist, Vertebrate Zoology, Ichthyology - at AMNH.
Senior Counsel, Environmental Law Division at the New York City Law Department
Spatial and temporal evaluation of molecular genetic variation in scarlet macaws (Ara macao): Implications for population management in La Selva Maya, Central America
post-doctoral fellowship in Costa Rica
Environmental education and policy
Administrative Coordinator, Consortium for Policy Research in Education (CPRE), Teacher's College, Columbia University.
New forestry on the floodplain: the ecology and management of Calycophyllum spruceanim (Rubiaceae) in the Amazon landscape.
Program Dean, The School for Field Studies, environmental study abroad programs, Salem, MA, USA www.fieldstudies.org.
Physiological ecology and conservation of migratory birds
Senior Wildlife Biologist, AKRF Inc. Consulting; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Pace University; Graduated with PhD from Univ. of Western Ontario in 2010
Small mammal ecology
Science teacher, The Browning School, Manhattan
Evolutionary biology, disease ecology
Molecular ecology of corals
High school biology teacher in New York City.
Turtle trade and conservation
Senior Research Assistant at the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation
Biophysical regulation and economic valuation of ecosystem services in Sauri and Mbola Millennium Villages Project (MVP) sites in Kenya and Tanzania
Post-doctoral scientist, Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University Fort Collins
Effect of protected areas on local livelihoods
City Clerk of the city of Cherry Hills Village, Colorado
Smith, William Leo
The Limits and Relationships of Mail-Checked Fishes (Teleostei: Percomorpha) and the Evolution of Venom in Fishes.
Assistant Curator and Head of Fishes, Department of Zoology, The Field Museum & Committee on Evolutionary Biology, The University of Chicago.
impacts of livestock grazing on ecology of fire-adapted ponderosa pine ecosystems
Working at a national non-profit to defend whistle blowers in state and federal environmental agencies; with a contractor providing climate change training and communications for a federal agency; Founder of Peaceful Dog, www.peacefuldog.org
Coral Population Genetics in the Indonesian Seas.
Research Scientist, School of Global Environmental Sustainability, Colorado State University
Plant conservation (including Amazonia, the Caribbean, Micronesia, SE Asia and China), identifying species at risk using GIS
GIS Program Manager at The New York Botanical Garden
Malaria, bats, primates, phylogenetics
Ph.D. student, CUNY Hunter, Department of Ecology, Evolutionary Biology and Behavior.
Species traits on insects
Ph.D. Student at the University of Idaho
Patterns in urban bird communities
Ph.D. student, University of Florida, Department of Biology and in partenership with the Florida Museum of Natural History
Effects of habitat fragmentation, urbanization
Educator and Research Associate for Black Rock Forest Consortium
Conservation genetics, population conservation, landscape analysis
Ph.D. student, University of Minnesota. Research topics include genetic issues in conservation, conservation of populations, species and ecosystems.
Thaler, Madeline (Maddy)
BS in Enivironmental Biology, MSc in Primate Conservation at Oxford Brookes University
Primate Release Coordinator for Cercopan at Cross River National Park, Nigeria
Primate juvenile behavior, life history evolution
Professor, Depts of Human Genetics and Ecology & Evolution at University of Chicago
Pursuing Ph.D. from the University of Utah.
Phenology & climate change, phylogenetics, mammalogy, conservation behavior.
Senior Biologist/Climate Ecologist for AECOM
Forest ecosystems, herpetology, carbon storage and climate change.
Conservation Genetics Program Manager, Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics, American Museum of Natural History.
Assistant Director of Compliance, Global Conservation Program, Wildlife Conservation Society
behavior, anthropogenic effects on behavior
Ecological and social dimensions of tree diversity in coffee agroforestry systems
Postdoctoral Fellow in Agroecology and Food System Sustainability at the School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan
Field Associate in the Dept. of Ornithology at the American Museum of Natural History. Co-author of the book: Annotated Checklist of the Birds of Belize, as well as the forthcoming, A guide to the birds of Central America, to be published by Princeton University Press.
Vintinner Betley, Erin
Food and water studies; biocultural approaches to conservation; stakeholder engagement; sea turtle conservation
Biodiversity Specialist and Programs Coordinator, Center for Biodiversity and Conservation at the American Museum of Natural History.
Effects of demography and ecology on parasites of wild black howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra) from Beliza and southern Mexico.
Director, Zoo & Aquarium Leadership Program, MAIS; Assistant Professor, New Century College, George Mason University.
Wildlife ecology, International Conservation, Conservation Education
Sustainabily Education Program Associate at Izaak Walton League of America.
Walsh Byers, Meredith
Artificial Reefs Affect Community Dynamics in a Shallow Back-Reef Lagoon
Environmental Scientist, Dvirka & Bartilucci Consulting Engineers.
Medical student at Weill Cornell Medical College
Human and large mammal ecology conservation, focus on Tanzania.
Biologist and Consultant, Ecology and Environment Inc.
Evolution and the Ecological Diversification of Phyllostomid Bats (Mammalia: Chiroptera).
Research assosciate, division of vertebrate zoology, AMNH. Postdoctoral researcher, Department of Anatomical Sciences, SUNY Stony Brook.
ECOTOURISM IN MAINLAND SOUTHEAST ASIA
CHIEF MARKETING OFFICER, AMERICORD; President, The Americord Foundation
urban ecology and evolution, herpetology, tropical ecology
Ph.D. candidate, University of Massachusetts Boston
The impacts of human activity on carnivore population persistence
Postdoctoral Fellow at American Museum of Natural History
GEOGRAPHIC RANGE AND POPULATION DYNAMICS OF ENDANGERED SPECIES. POPULATION AND ECOSYSTEM MODELLING OF MANAGED RIVERS.
USGS RESEARCH STATISTICIAN
Endangered mammals, jaguars
NYC Dept of Parks and Recreation, Natural Resources Group at Bronx River.
Conservation Biology MA/Plant Ecology
Young Cerimele, Kristal
Working at UC San Diego
Zambrana Flores, Ivan
Political Ecology, Conservation Biology, Climate Change
Executive Director, Plurinational Authority of Mother Earth / D.Phil. student University of Oxford, U.K.
Coral reef ecology
Pedro Bank Project Manager, Jamaica Program, The Nature Conservancy.