We are an interdisciplinary ecology research group that employs mathematical and statistical models to study how organisms interact among themselves and with their environment in heterogeneous spatio-temporal settings.
We are looking for a PhD student to join our lab-group. If you are interested in occupancy modeling, tropical mammals, coupled human-natural systems and/or indigenous communities in the Amazon this may be for you.
We welcome Orlando Acevedo-Charry (PhD SNRE) and Kylee DiMaggio (MS WEC) to our lab group!
A recent lab publication: A Visual Analytics Framework for Conservation Planning Optimization
A recent lab publication: Comparing biological methods for soil health assessments: EL-FAME, enzyme activities, and qPCR
A recent lab publication: Towards a unified framework for connectivity that disentangles movement and mortality in space and time