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AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Regional species conservation, cross-border collaboration, wetlands in drylands, flamingos
DIRECTOR OF SCIENCE RESEARCH, DIRECTOR LISMAN LABORATORY FOR MOLECULAR ECOLOGY, RIVERDALE COUNTRY SCHOOL
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF ADAPTATION
718 549-2730
University Professor; Denning Family Professor of Sustainable Development
Tropical Ecology; Anthropogenic Landscape Change
212-851-1647
E3B and SIPA Columbia
Environmental Policy; sustainability ethics- earth justice, environmental justice and sectoral justice
212-854-3646
Lecturer in Discipline
Conservation biology, Animal behavior, and Anthropogenic forces
212-854-7807 (This number not monitored during remote work: please email Dr. Kross)
American Museum of Natural History
Evolutionary Ecology; speciation processes of adaptive radiations and resulting biogeographic patterns
212-769-5802
Hawai‘i Institute of Marine Biology at the University of Hawai‘i Mānoa
systems approaches to conservation & natural resource management; food systems; intersection between biodiversity, culture, & languages; factors influencing ecological & social resilience; development of indicators of multidimensional wellbeing
American Museum of Natural History
Entomology, Systematics, Phylogeny, Genomics, Morphology
212-769-5494
Barnard Claire Tow Professor of Anthropology; Director, Center for the Study of Social Difference
conservation, political ecology, and Indigenous sovereignty
212-854-5933

 

 

 

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