I am a community ecologist with varied interests, including population, community, and ecosystem responses to environmental change, freshwater ecosystems, biodiversity conservation, phylogenetics, and trait-based approaches to ecology. I currently work as a professional biologist, consulting on projects ranging from fisheries assessments and methods, aquatic and wildlife biology, and custom Bayesian modelling. My skills bridge a wide range of quantitative methods, experimental work, and observational data.
I was previously an academic (assistant professor at UNC), a postdoctoral fellow at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique in France and the University of Colorado at Boulder, and a PhD student at the University of Toronto.
Please find links to past and current research publications!
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