[PAST EVENT] Food for Thought: Faculty Q&A with Prof. Matthias Leu
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Summer is here – and so are the ticks!
Ticks haven’t received the memo about being socially distanced this summer! Professor Leu will report back on his and his students’ research and provide critical information and explanation on why there has been such an “uptick” in recent years.
Alumni, parents, family and friends are welcome to join the conversation. Time will be available for Q&A.
About Professor Leu:
Matthias Leu is a conservation biologist with a broad interest in how human actions influence ecological processes and biodiversity. His research focuses on large-scale approaches that model the human footprint, the cumulative effects of human actions across large-scales, and how humans affect species distributions. In addition, Professor Leu us also interested in how climate variability and change affect species distribution and demography. In all his research he strives to provide tools, in the form of spatially-explicit models, which can be implemented in conservation actions.
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