Field work
We suspect that bird reproductive success and community composition may be negatively affected by recreational use of natural areas. But, how do we quantify recreational use?
Attitudes of people living in close proximity to protected areas can reflect on the effectiveness of management strategies within their borders, and understanding the spatial scale at which these...
Sarah Carter uses projections of future housing development to identify those sites requiring immediate conservation attention in order to successfully conserve Wisconsin's biodiversity.
After a period of increase, Black-necked Cranes have been in decline at Napahai wetland since 2000. These patterns appear linked to the growth of the nearby city of Shangri-La.
Carlos Ramirez Reyes develops a way to monitor deforestation in Mexico using satellite images from 1990 to present.

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