My research improves our understanding of how species, populations, and individuals respond to their dynamic environments. I loosely split my work 3:1 with efforts in behavioral responses (e.g., movements) and morphological responses, respectively. I combine data collection (e.g., field work or museum specimens) with advanced spatial and statistical analyses. I am a strong advocate for open access data, analyses, and publications, hoping to develop and validate a conservation oriented paradigm built on individual animal- based information.
I am currently the Research Scientist for Black Rock Forest, an education, conservation, and research not-for-profit consortium in the Hudson Highlands of New York.
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