Ph.D. Princeton University 2006
- Conservation biology applications of theoretical evolutionary and community ecology
My research is at the interface between theoretical evolutionary ecology and conservation biology: I use mathematical models and simulations to investigate how anthropogenic impacts cause rapid evolution and community change. While researching a wide range of biological topics from life history evolution to ecosystem resilience, I develop theory relevant to conservation management decisions, particularly in marine systems.
Area of Emphasis
- Conservation Ecology, Integrative Ecology, and Marine Ecology
- Environmental Science & Policy