Conservation work is a dynamic process, full of successes and defeats. Now it is time for us to forge ahead, and work on successes.
Jamie Robertson has over a decade of spatial analysis and mapping experience at all scales of conservation, from global freshwater and marine habitat assessments to site-level optimization for wetland restoration.
Erica Simek Sloniker makes science and conservation look good through leading in the design and production of maps, infographics, and other tools that advance conservation storytelling.
Julie Morse fuses her background in Wildlife Biology with on-the-ground project implementation and community planning.
Emily Howe's work integrates across ecosystem boundaries, investigating how landscape configuration and management shapes cross-boundary relationships for food webs, organisms, and ecosystem processes.
She leads a diverse team tackling issues ranging from coastal and marine spatial planning to ways to mitigate the impacts of climate change across our region.
As a conservation scientist, Phil is interested in bridging the gaps between theory and practice andbetween social and natural sciences.