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Berkeley, CA

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July 2, 2014


I am a recent graduate of Environmental studies from University of Illinois. My master's thesis focused on the habitat selection and movement of Asiatic lions (Panthera leo persica) in the Western India.

What types of projects do you like working on most?

I am mainly interested in using GIS and remote sensing as tools to answer broad spatial and conservation ecology questions. I specialize in movement ecology of the vertebrates and population dynamics. I love to understand the dynamics of the small population and their responses to climate changes (Physiological and ecological ). Given a chance, I would love to study the wildlife responses to climate changes.

How did you hear about Nerds For Nature?

From a friend


Environmental Scientist, Wildlife and Habitat Researcher

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