I am a conservation biologist and a landscape ecologist with specific interests in the interactions between landscape-level and population-level processes.

I am currently working as a USGS Mendenhall Fellow (with Drs. Rob Thieler and Nathaniel Plant, and Sarah Karpanty) studying the potential impacts of sea-level rise on breeding habitat availability for piping plovers along the US Atlantic Coast.

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Background photo: sand dunes at EB Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge; taken by Sara Zeigler

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