POPULATION AND COMMUNITY ECOLOGY IN THE ANTHROPOCENE
Welcome! I am an ecologist interested in the causes and consequences of biotic interactions. In particular, I study how individual foraging and trophic interactions scale up to regulate populations, communities, and ecosystems. I am currently an NSF Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of New Mexico where I use stable isotope analyses to explore foraging dynamics and food web structure in terrestrial consumers.
Please see the links above for details about my research, and thanks for stopping by!