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NIMBioS Postdoctoral Fellow

Charlotte Chang

Charlotte Chang photo. Dates: September 2017 – present
Phone: 865-974-4965
Personal Website
Twitter: @harpactes
Project Title: Probabilistic and spatially-explicit socio-ecological models of hunting

Charlotte Chang (Ph.D. Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Princeton Univ. 2017) is exploring the impact of diverse socio-cultural hunting practices as well as the response of hunting pressure to the spatial and temporal distribution of different harvested goods.

NIMBioS Profile: Q&A with Dr. Chang

NIMBioS Seminar: The social determinants and ecological consequences of indiscriminate hunting in tropical Asia. October 24, 2017

Video Interview: Hunting in the tropics

Publications while at NIMBioS

Chang CH, Drohan SE. 2018. Should I shoot or should I go? Simple rules for prey selection in multi-species hunting systems: Dietary thresholds to manage hunting. Ecological Applications. 10.1002/10.1002/eap.1796. [Online]

Chang C, Cruyff MJLF, Giam X. 2018. Examining conservation compliance with randomized response technique analyses. Conservation Biology. [Online]

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