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BON Co-Leads

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Tom ChristensenAarhus University

Country or Region: Denmark
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Earth Observation Approach:
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BON Statistics

Realm studied
Earth Observation approach
Gender Balance

64%
Male

28%
Female

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Geographic zone studied in detail

25 BON Members

Arctic BON
First name Last name Institute Country or Region Realm studied Earth Observation Working Group Observation Network
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Franziska SchrodtUniversity of Nottingham

Country or Region: United Kingdom
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Michael GillNatureServe

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Tom BarryCAFF

Country or Region: Iceland
Realm studied: Freshwater, Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Aimee ClassenUniversity of Vermont

I am an ecosystem, soil and global change ecologist and my work focuses on how shifting biotic (e.g., biodiversity) and abiotic (e.g., temperature) factors impact ecosystem function.
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Hannu SaarenmaaUniversity of Helsinki

Country or Region: Finland
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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W. Daniel KisslingInstitute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED), University of Amsterdam

I am an Associate Professor of Quantitative Biodiversity Science at the Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED), University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
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Tom ChristensenAarhus University

Country or Region: Denmark
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Earth Observation Approach:
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Jason TaylorNational Park Service, Alaska

Country or Region: USA
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Anibal PauchardUniversity of Concepción

Professor of Ecology and Protected Areas, University of Concepción, Chile. Director, Lab of Biological Invasions @LIB_UDEC and member, Institute of Ecology and Biodiversity @IEBChile
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Howard EpsteinUniversity of Virginia

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied:
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Jennifer LentoCanadian Rivers Institute, University of New Brunswick

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America, Circumpolar Arctic
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Erika PodestJet Propulsion Laboratory

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Hanieh SaeediSenckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Institute

I am interested in understanding the driving ecological and evolutionary process which shape the biodiversity patterns and biogeography of the marine species (shallow and deep-sea), and also in predicting how species richness and distribution ranges
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Ewan ShillandUniversity College London

Country or Region: United Kingdom
Realm studied: Freshwater, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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József GemlEszterházy Károly University

I am a soil microbial ecologist, the group leader of the Environmental Microbiome Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and the Eszterházy Károly University. I have studied the spatial and temporal compositional dynamics fungal and bact
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Juha AlataloQatar University

I work on above and below ground biodiversity in Alpine Sweden and in Drylands/Mangrove in Qatar.
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Global Seaweeds Costal FuturesGlobal Seaweeds Coastal Futures project

Country or Region: Australia
Realm studied: Freshwater, Marine
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Phuong DaoUniversity of Toronto

Phuong Dao is currently a PhD candidate in physical geography in the Department of Geography & Planning with a collaborative specialization in Environmental Studies in the School of the Environment, University of Toronto.
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Molly MccammonAlaska Ocean Observing System

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: N.A.
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America, Pacific Ocean, Arctic Ocean
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Katrin IkenUniversity of Alaska Fairbanks

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America
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Balaram MohapatraIndian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay)

I am Balaram, an Environmental Microbiology-Ecology enthusiast, studying the genomics and physiology of xenobiotics (aromatics, oil components, and plastics) degrading soil bacterial candidates for enhanced bioremediation options.
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Sundar ShunmugamS.S.Research Foundation

I am an ecologist and my research focuses on various aspects of aquatic invertebrates including species patterns, diversity of both taxonomic and functional.
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Taejin ParkNASA Ames Research Center

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Colin GarrowayUniversity of Manitoba

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: N.A.
Geographic zone studied: North America
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Sergio de los Santos VillalobosInstituto Tecnológico de Sonora

Our scientific work is focused on the study of microbial ecology, plants x microorganisms x soil interactions, production of microbial inoculants, plant breeding, and agro-systems conversation by using isotopic techniques.