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Lucas Joppa

Lucas Joppa

Lucas Joppa (2009) Microsoft Research: Computational Ecology and Environmental Sciences Group Lucas Joppa’s focus on the computational, statistical, and modeling aspects of conservation led him to one of the most sophisticated and technologically-savvy research labs in the world: Microsoft Research. At Microsoft Research’s Computational Ecology and Environmental Sciences Group, he leads “efforts at the interface between […]

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Krithi Karanth

Krithi Karanth

Dr. Krithi K. Karanth (Associate Conservation Scientist at Wildlife Conservation Society) is also a Ramanujan Fellow and Executive Director of the Centre for Wildlife Studies, and Adjunct Assistant Professor at Duke University. She has a Ph.D in Environmental Science and Policy from Duke University (2008), a Master’s degree in Environmental Science from Yale (2003), and, […]

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Scott Loarie

Scott Loarie

Scott Loarie (2008) Carnegie Institution, Stanford, California Scott Loarie is a conservation biologist in the Department of Global Ecology at the Carnegie Institution in Stanford, California. He is one of the two co-founders of iNaturalist, the globally fastest-growing crowd-sourced app for mapping species distributions.

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Julie Lockwood

Julie Lockwood

Julie Lockwood (1997) Rutgers University

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Hang-Kwang Luh.

Hang-Kwang Luh.

Hang-Kwang Luh (1993) Integrated Plant Protection Center, Oregon State University

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Lisa Manne

Lisa Manne

Lisa Manne (1999) College of Staten Island, City University of New York

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William Mitchell

William Mitchell

William Mitchell (1984) Indiana State University

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Michael Moulton

Michael Moulton

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Natalia Ocampo-Peñuela

Natalia Ocampo-Peñuela

Natalia joined the Pimm Group in 2011 after graduating from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia in 2009. Natalia’s specialty is ornithology, and she has recently submitted papers to Conservation Biology and Neotropical Ornithology. Natalia Ocampo-Peñuela at Duke

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Gareth Russell

Gareth Russell

Gareth Russell (1996) New Jersey Institute of Technology Focusing his research on using statistics to predict species survival–and the potential for extinction–Gareth Russell is Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at the the New Jersey Institute of Technology. In October 2013, Dr. Russell’s science was featured in an interview on WAMC‘s “The Academic […]

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Christine Stracey

Christine Stracey

Christine Stracey (2002) Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah

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Alexandra Sutton

Alexandra Sutton

This is about Alexandra Sutton.

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Mariana Vale

Mariana Vale

Mariana Vale (2007) Laboratório de Vertebrados, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

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Kyle Van Houtan

Kyle Van Houtan

Kyle Van Houtan (2006) is the Leader of the Marine Turtle Assessment Program (Pacific), in NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service. A specialist in marine turtles, their habitat and their conservation, his primary research is in the integration of science, policy, and ethics to understand and prevent extinctions. In 2012, Kyle was awarded the very prestigious […]

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Varsha Vijay

Varsha Vijay

Varsha Vijay began her Ph.D. studies with Dr. Pimm in January 2013. Her current work focuses on examining the patterns of deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon, with a special focus on extractive industries. In the past, she has worked in Madagascar and the Ecuadorian Amazon. In 2010, she received a Brower Youth Award for her […]

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Theo Wassenaar

Theo Wassenaar

Theo Wassenaar (2003) CERU, Richard’s Bay rehabilitation programme, South Africa

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Van Houtan featured on NPR’s ‘Morning Edition’ to discuss marine fisheries ecology

Van Houtan featured on NPR’s ‘Morning Edition’ to discuss marine fisheries ecology

Dr. Kyle Van Houtan, of the Marine Turtle Assessment Program (Pacific), in NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service was featured on NPR’s ‘Morning Edition’ to discuss changes to Hawaii’s marine ecosystem and fishery and how people have adapted their consumption of certain fish. Kyle leads the Hawaii-based office and focuses his work on marine ecology and […]

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