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Participant List for NIMBioS Working Group:

Hierarchies in Conservation

ParticipantInstitutional affiliationExpertiseMeetings
Diogo André Alagador Center on Biodiversity, Univ. of Évora, Portugal Conservation, spatial optimization, biodiversity1
Heidi Jo Albers Conservation economics, Univ. of Wyoming ENR, Development Economics, Ecological Economics 1
*Paul Armsworth NIMBioS, Knoxville, Tennessee Conservation, mathematical modeling1
Charlotte Chang NIMBioS Socio-ecological systems 1
Bistra Dilkina Computational Science & Engineering, Georgia Inst. of Technology Computational problems in optimization, network ecology1
Sahan T.M. Dissanayake Economics, Colby College, Portland State Univ. Operations research, economics1
Xingli Giam Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville Conservation ecology, global environmental change 1
Kate Helmstedt Mathematical Sciences. Queensland Univ. of Technology, Australia Applied mathematics, mathematical ecology1
*Kailin Kroetz Resources for the Future Operations research, economics1
*Christoph Nolte Earth and the Environment, Boston Univ. Geospatial environmental data, data analysis1
Leticia Ochoa-ochoa Evolutionary Biology, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Biogeography, biodiversity data1
Mona Papes Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville Ecology and conservation; GIS and remote sensing 1
Charles Sims Baker Center for Public Policy; Economics, Univ. of Tennessee, Knoxville Applied microeconomic theory 1
Jorge Soberón Ecology & Evolutionary Biology, Univ. of Kansas Biodiversity policy and governance, biodiversity data and species distributions1
Gwen Spencer Mathematics & Statistics, Smith CollegeCombinatorial optimization and approximation algorithms 1
*Group organizer
Mtg 1: November 13-15, 2017
Updated 11/05/2017


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