Wildlife Ecology and Conservation - Smithsonian Mason School of Conservation
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- The Adaptive Landscape in Evolutionary Biology.
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Trinity College Dublin Library. Previous coursework should include at least one upper-level course in the biological sciences or related discipline, a previous semester at SMSC, or permission from the instructor. Meet the Faculty Anneke DeLuycker Assistant Professor of Conservation Studies Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation Anneke is a biological anthropologist specializing in the ecology, behavior, and conservation of primates, particularly in the Neotropics.
Her research concerns how ecological and evolutionary processes influence behavioral patterns.https://hentiolonlo.tk
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Jim McNeil Assistant Professor of Conservation Studies Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation As an entomologist, Jim is interested in expanding awareness of issues related to monitoring and conservation of insect species. He is particularly interested in invasive insect species biology, especially invasive forest pests and how they can be controlled. Joshua Davis Assistant Professor of Conservation Biology Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation Josh is an ecosystem ecologist whose research explores the effects of disturbance and human influences on ecological processes.
His professional background focuses on citizen science research, curriculum development, and assessment design. She is particularly interested in the role of species interactions, including biologically-mediated disturbance and facilitation, on the structure and function of ecosystems. Stephanie is passionate about improving conservation education, engaging with diverse audiences about conservation-related issues, and empowering the public to take conservation action.
Conservation Biology Department
Students follow an intensive, structured schedule to get the most out of this conservation-focused experience. Wood turtles are severely endangered in Virginia and a frequent subject of field study in our classes. We teach students survey methods to monitor their populations to help ensure that the species will survive. The Student Experience. Preparing to Attend.
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