Conservation Biology and Biodiversity

Equipment/facility: lab


Our group is focused on various aspects of conservation science. We are interested in the intricate interactions humans have with nature – how they affect it, and are affected and interact with it. To explore these patterns we use theoretical & statistical models, the analysis of data at scales ranging from the local to the global, as well as data collected in the field on various organisms. This is done using an array of approaches from purely theoretic perspectives all the way to studies linked to on-the-ground implementation of conservation action. We are also interested in the arrangement and organization of natural phenomena in space at different scales.


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