I am a PhD candidate in Rob Pringle's lab group within Princeton's Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
My dissertation research is regarding war-driven mammal declines in Africa, and the ecological aftermath of these declines for savanna ecosystems and wildlife. I do field work in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, and employ GIS, remote sensing, and meta-analysis.
In a second line of research, I am beginning several projects on the ecology of seasonal flooding in tropical ecosystems. Stay tuned for more on this theme in the coming months.
Previously, I worked on amphibian disease and conservation in Australia, wetland and grassland restoration in Michigan and Florida, and the development of improved tools for monitoring wastewater impacts on shellfisheries in Alabama.
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