Welcome to PhD Student, Danny Lauer!

Danny comes to us through the Quantitative Biosciences Program here at GT. He is interested in the interface between data science/machine learning and ecology, and looks forward to applying these disciplines to his PhD research. Daniel received his B.S. in Environmental Science and Policy from the University of Maryland, College Park, in 2017....

Climate Change Fellows Seed Grant

I’m pleased to announce that Allen Hyde and I have received a seed grant through Georgia Tech’s Climate Change Fellows program to allow us to work with students from the Climate Resilience class to write up our work on “An integrated analysis of climate resilience in social-ecological systems in the southeastern United States”. We...

Welcome to Ben & Sílvia!

SEPL warmly welcomes Ben Shipley (first year PhD student) and Sílvia Pineda-Muñoz (postdoctoral scholar). We are growing quickly, and these two are going to contribute such exciting research to our efforts! See more about them on our “SEPL People” page. Go Team SEPL!!...

ESA 2018

SEPL was well represented at ESA this year! We gave three talks in three days. Jenny gave a five-minute Inspire talk about using paleontology to inform conservation models on Monday. On Tuesday, Jenny presented current and upcoming work looking at climate connectivity. And on Wednesday, Yue presented her latest research exploring the residence time...

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