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Our group works in the School of Life Sciences at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa to understand how animal populations interact with their environment and the mechanisms that allow complex ecological systems to persist through time. In addition to understanding how these systems work, we also aim to develop reliable tools for the management and conservation of these systems.


We work on a range of different ecological systems from the mountains to the sea. We also take on statistical problems that cover a range of different levels of biological organization through mentoring and consultations.