Julie L. Lockwood, PhD
Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Natural Resources
14 College Farm Road
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8525
julie.lockwood at rutgers.edu
"Well I was raised up beneath the shade of a Georgia pine
And that's home you know" Chicken Fried, Zac Brown Band
Current Lab Members
Post-doctoral Research Associate
Chris' research addresses the ecological and evolutionary response of coastal biodiversity to sea level rise in the context of conservation and management. He is funded by the National Center for Soci-Environmental Analysis and Synthesis (SESYNC).
cfield (at) sesync.org Website
Visiting Post-doctoral Scholar
Dustin's research centers on surveys for rare or cryptic species, including development of novel technologies that improve data capture with minimal extra expense. Dustin is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training Endeavor Fellowship.
d.welbourne (at) unsw.edu.au
Jeff is interested in the effectiveness and function of protected areas. He studies birds and arthropods to investigate how various factors (size, levels of light pollution, adjacent land use) impact the species that utilize protected areas. His research goal is to shape best practices for the creation and maintenance of conservation land.
ji3rown (at) gmail.com Website
Alex's work aims to bridge the gap between ecology, culture, and policy formation. Currently, her research interests include bio-cultural homogenization and ecosystem-based management.
alexandrea.safiq (at) rutgers.edu Website
Oliver's research explores the role of trade in reptiles and amphibians on biodiversity conservation, and utilizing computational models to inform conservation risk.
oliverstringham (at) gmail.com
Rob's research addresses measurement of the impacts of invasive species using species distribution models and meta-analysis.
robcrystalornelas (at) gmail.com
Rafael's research is addresses the influence of transport and release on post-establishment evolution; the lowering of detection thresholds for agricultural insect pests using eDNA; and the global invasion pathways of a invasive insects.
raf.e.valentin (at) gmail.com Website
Mike studies the connections between agricultural practices, ecology, and conservation. His research integrates economic, ecological, and climate data to better understand the population dynamics of grassland birds and looks for leverage points for their conservation in agro-ecosystems.
mcallen (at) scarletmail.rutgers.edu
Kevin Aagaard, PhD
Spatial Ecologist, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Fort Collins, CO
Julian Avery, PhD
Assistant Research Professor in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
Ecosystem Science and Management, Penn State University, PA
Retail Analytics Manager, Acosta Sales, Jacksonville, FL
Founder, Shearwater Analytics
David La Puma, PhD
Director, New Jersey Audubon's Cape May Bird Observatory, NJ
blake Mathys, phd
Associate Professor of Environmental Science at Ohio Dominican University, OH
Alison Seigel Nurok, PhD
Associate in Biology Instruction, Middlebury College, VT
Liba Pejchar, Phd
Associate Professor, Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Biology, Colorado State University, CO
Orin J. Robinson Jr., PhD
Postdoctoral Associate, Cornell Lab of Ornithology, NY
tom virzi, phd
Research Ecologist, Ecostudies Institute, OR
Rebecca Boulton, PhD
Founder 'RLB Ecology' , AUS
phillip cassey, phd
Associate Professor in the School of Biological Sciences, The University of Adelaide, AUS
JAMES GILROY, PHD
Lecturer in Ecology, School of Environmental
Sciences, University of East Anglia, UK