I am an Associate Professor in Wildlife Habitat Conservation at the University of Maine (USA). Research in my lab is focused on the impact of global change on vertebrate species (mammals and birds). We combine large-scale field-based projects with cutting-edge quantitative approaches. I have conducted field projects in Europe (Italy, Austria), Africa (Kenya, Libya, Mauritania, Tunisia), south-east Asia (Indonesia), Australia and the US.
Below are two links to videos featuring current research projects in my group:
Small mammals big personalities
Carnivores of Maine
and a feature article about our projects
"No scientific theory is worth anything unless it enables us to predict something which is actually going on. Until that is done, theories are a mere game of words, and not such a good game as poetry"
JBS. Haldane (1937)