Today I chat with Michael Brown about his work on giraffe conservation in Uganda.
Michael is a conservation biologist interested in developing theoretical understandings of the interface of population ecology and movement ecology. Examining these processes through the lens of spatial interactions over time, he hopes to better understand how individuals and populations respond to changing environments.
He is committed to translating scientific findings into meaningful conservation strategy. As such, he works with conservation organizations, government agencies and academic institutions to better understand and implement solutions to contemporary issues in biodiversity conservation.
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