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This vaguely named thread is actually something more specific. It's a way for us to list people whose expertise could help the Azimuth Project, with a strong focus on people where we may have a serious chance at getting them interested.
I'm starting this up because Curtis Faith asked me to — but also because my wife just told me about someone whose work sounds very interesting. Since this person is at at UC Riverside, my home institution, I want to remember to talk to her when I go back.
My research areas span Quantitative Conservation Ecology and Probabilistic Risk Assessment. I apply population models, mathematical treatments of uncertainty and decision-making techniques to address conservation and wildlife management issues and ecological risk assessment. My research activities are broad and interdisciplinary and include: treatments of uncertainty in conservation, ecology and risk assessment; population viability analysis of endangered and threatened species; formal decision making for conservation management.