Dr. Elizabeth Hunter
Assistant Professor, Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Dr. Hunter is a vertebrate conservation biologist and landscape ecologist focusing on developing management strategies for vulnerable species and ecosystems in the face of global change. Her research program combines multi-faceted data collection in the field with rigorous, cutting-edge quantitative analytical techniques that are tailored to management-relevant questions in conservation biology. Having worked with diverse taxa (primarily birds and reptiles), ecosystems, and questions, her research is centered around two main themes: the conservation and management of species in the face of climate change, and ecosystem restoration through species and process reintroductions.