Researching molecular and environmental chemistry.
Researching effects of ecological disturbance on conservation of avian populations and communities.
Developing mathematical models of economic behavior that address forestry and natural resource issues with a focus on forest landowner behavior, forest management and forest policy.
Studying how ecosystems respond to environmental change to help improve ecosystem resilience.
Exploring interactions between environment, institutions, human security, and social justice.
Studying the ecology of microbial communities involved in processes that sustain healthy ecosystems.
Investigating the impacts of green landscapes on individuals’ health and optimal functioning, and stronger, safer neighborhoods.
Researching freshwater species, communities, and ecosystems.
Applying knowledge of ecology to challenges in restoration, conservation and invasive plant management.
Working to understand how human land use can be reconciled with conservation of biodiversity.
Examining the links between conservation and development with a focus on the key role that political factors play.
Combining laboratory and field studies to determine the ecological and physiological mechanisms that control abundance and distribution in freshwater aquatic organisms.
Providing insight on how people perceive their surroundings and the reasons why they commit to behaviors that minimize environmental degradation.
Studying avian ecology and behavior with an overarching goal of improving conservation efforts.
Researching microbial community ecology, with an emphasis on interactions between plants, microorganisms, and the soil ecosystem.