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1- Developing novel ecosystems that optimize carbon storage, native biodiversity, and human mobility in lowland Hawaiian forests.
2- Measures of community-level functional diversity, along a ‘novelty gradient’ in Hawaiian Lowland Wet Forests
I am interested in a wide range of topics, from species traits within and across communities, to plant-animal interactions, to long-term ecological dynamics on a landscape scale and the resilience of socio-ecological systems.
- The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia., Ph.D. Ecology Long-term, landscape-level vegetation dynamics in Australia's Wet Tropics, 2011
- Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand., M.S. Conservation Biology Early European accounts of Australian flora and fauna, 2006
- National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Mexico City, Mexico., B.Sc. Biology Eco-tourism for conservation purposes in the rainforests of Southeastern Mexico, 2002