I am broadly interested in the relationship between biodiversity conservation and spatial ecology. Other topics important to me include minimally-invasive monitoring techniques, informed land management, creative science communication, and the use of technology to engage with nature.
My dissertation research focuses on the landscape-scale use of autonomous acoustic recorders to study the distribution of bird populations in fragmented landscapes. Massive amounts of acoustic data from these recorders will fuel statistical models of species extinction risks in the face of climate change and habitat loss. All research and methods resulting from this project will be open-source and reproducible.
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