Truman Young at one of the 18 controlled burns he an his colleagues carried out in 2013 at the Kenya Long-term Exclosure Experiment (KLEE). Photo by Matt Snider.
CPB Professional Research Associates
Research Interest: Broadly interested in behavioral and evolutionary questions, particularly related to the mechanistic, developmental, and evolutionary factors that shape avian social systems.
Current Membership dates: Fall 2015 - Fall 2017 E-mail: email@example.com
Research explores questions on the ecological factors that influence species' range dynamics at the local and regional scales, population-level and global conservation strategies, and mitigation and restoration methods. The work in the lab addresses a broad conceptual spectrum from ecological theory, adaptive management design, and species and habitat distribution modeling.
Mentor and Home Department : Maureen Stanton Evolution and Ecology
Current Membership dates: Fall 2015 - Fall 2017 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Interested in the patterns and processess associated with vertebrate radiations from origination through to extinction, with an emphasis on understanding the role of organismal traits and their interaction with the environment.
Current Membership dates: Fall 2015 - Fall 2017 E-mail: email@example.com
Current Membership dates: Fall 2015 - Fall 2017
Ecological and evolutionary processes occurring on islands in the Bahamas. Current research project are on the effects of seaweed deposition on the structure and dynamics of island food webs, and the ecological and evolutionary effects of top predators on their prey and other species in lower trophic levels.