We apply techniques in quantitative conservation ecology, probabilistic risk assessment and decision theory to answer questions about the impacts of global change on biodiversity. In particular, we use population and species distribution models, mathematical treatments of uncertainty and decision-making techniques to shed light on the impacts of climate change, altered disturbance regimes, land-use change and other agents of global change on native biota in the face of risk and uncertainty.
$1 million project helps tribal nations adapt to climate change
April 29th 2021. Ecologists working with tribes to preserve ecosystems and plant species