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Working Group Co-Leads

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Simon FerrierCSIRO

Country or Region: Australia
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Wilfried ThuillerCNRS - Université Grenoble Alpes

Country or Region: France
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global

Working Group Statistics

Realm studied
Earth Observation approach
Gender Balance

58.7%
Male

38.1%
Female

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126 Working Group Members

Community Composition
First name Last name Institute Country or Region Realm studied Earth Observation Working Group Observation Network
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Brian O'ConnorUN Environment World Conservation Monitoring Centre (UNEP-WCMC)

Remote Sensing and GIS specialist with a strong background in vegetation monitoring using Earth Observation (EO) at a variety of spatial scales. Recently, acquired more applied skills in addressing global biodiversity conservation needs using EO data
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Hannes FeilhauerFAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Mao-Ning TuanmuAcademia Sinica

Country or Region: Taiwan
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Phoebe ZarnetskeMichigan State University

I study how biotic interactions, species invasions, ​biophysical feedbacks, geodiversity, and climate change affect patterns of biodiversity. Spatial & Community Ecology Lab: http://www.msu.edu/~plz
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Gary GellerJet Propulsion Laboratory

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Pedro J. LeitãoTechnische Universität Braunschweig

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Kate HeMurray State University

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Freshwater, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Aidin NiamirSenckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Institute

Biodiversity & Climate, Models & Scenarios, Science & Policy, Malbec & Edam & Beethoven et al. @Senckenberg @Geobiodiversity @IPBES @GEO_Essential @ISIMIPImpacts @GEOBON_org #SDGs
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Frank Muller-KargerUniversity of South Florida

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Freshwater, Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Nicolas Urbina-CardonaPontificia Universidad Javeriana

He works for Pontificia Universidad Javeriana at Bogota, Colombia. His realm study is funcional-compositional diversities along land use-cover gradients in Neotropical terrestrial ecosystems
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Carlos Zambrana-TorrelioEcoHealth Alliance

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Martin JungInternational Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)

Country or Region: Austria
Realm studied: 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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Melodie McGeochMonash University

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Laetitia NavarroGerman Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: N.A.
Geographic zone studied: Global
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W. Daniel KisslingUniversity 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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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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Rehan Ul HaqUVAS

I am Rehan, a Pakistani national, I completed my PhD from Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand in Natural Resources Management. Research areas: wildlife populations, forestry, wildlife crime.
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Chenbin WangNanjing Institute of Environmental Sciences (NIES)

Country or Region: China
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Alex BushEnvironment and Climate Change Canada

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Freshwater, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach:
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Nasrin Amini TehraniUniversity of Lausanne

Country or Region: Switzerland
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Simon FerrierCSIRO

Country or Region: Australia
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Hemant BadolaFreelance Expert: Biodiversity & Climate Change

Freelance Expert (Biodiversity Conservation, Climate Change); formerly: Scientist F & Scientist in-charge, G.B. Pant National Institute of Himalayan Environment & Sustainable Development, Sikkim, India
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Gulab KhedkarDr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University

I am a molecular ecologist working with various aquatic ecosystems in India. My research is focused on population genetics of various organisms.
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Jose V. MontoyaInstituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Cientificas (IVIC)

Country or Region: Venezuela
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Geographic zone studied: South America, Carribbean
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Patrick RioualInstitute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IGGCAS)

My research focuses on diatom in freshwater and brackish lakes. I am interested in their diversity, distribution, ecology and taxonomy. I also use diatom remains in sediment cores as proxy indicator for paleo-environmental and climate changes.
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Agnieszka Napiórkowska-KrzebietkeInland Fisheries Institute

Country or Region: Poland
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Eastern Europe
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Anila AjayanUniversity of Kerala

I am an optimistic and cheerful person. I have much interest in freshwater ecology and phytoplankton as well.
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Wilfried ThuillerCNRS - Université Grenoble Alpes

Country or Region: France
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Cheryl MorrisonU.S. Geological Survey

I am a Research Geneticist at the U.S. Geological Survey. I am interested in freshwater and marine biodiversity, and conservation genomics applications. I specialize in deep-sea population genomics.
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Diana Isabel Gomez Marine and Coastal Research Institute "Jose Benito Vives DeAndreis" INVEMAR

I am the head of the research line Organization and Dynamic of Marine Ecosystems in INVEMAR (www.invemar.org.co) in the last 9 years. My group is in charge of the monitoring and all the bioecological research of marine ecosystems.
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Ricardo HarounUniversity of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

Expert on Marine Phycology, Conservation and Sustainable Uses of Marine Biota. His current project is "Mapping and Assessing Ecosystem Services in Outermost Regions and European Overseas"
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Giorgio VacchianoUniversità di Milano

Assistant professor in forest management and planning
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Dimitris PoursanidisFoundation for Research and Technology - Hellas (Forth)

Country or Region: Greece
Realm studied: Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North Africa, Western Asia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Central and Western Europe, Mediterranean
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Eva ChatzinikolaouHellenic Centre for Marine Research

Country or Region: Greece
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe, Mediterranean Sea
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Elkin A. Noguera-UrbanoInstituto Humboldt

I am a Researcher in the Evaluation and Monitoring Program at the Humboldt Institute, leading the Analysis and Modeling team. One of our key products is BioModelos: Better models with support from experts. Our goals aim at modeling ecological and dis
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Susana OrtizInstituto Humboldt

Country or Region: Colombia
Realm studied: Freshwater, Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ, N.A.
Geographic zone studied: Australia
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Bibiana GomezInstituto Humboldt

Country or Region: Colombia
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Lina Sánchez-ClavijoInstituto Humboldt

I work at the intersection of conservation biology and landscape ecology and have researched patterns and processes going from population to regional levels, with an emphasis on biodiversity conservation in tropical agricultural landscapes.
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Bernat ClaramuntCREAF

Country or Region: Spain
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Rebecca HarrisUniversity of Tasmania

My principal research interests are in the areas of conservation management and climate change impacts on natural and human systems. Recently my research has focused on the impact of climate variability and extreme events on natural ecosystems.
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Billie SwallaFriday Harbor Laboratories; University of Washington

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America, Pacific Ocean, Salish Sea
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Wendy MonkEnvironment and Climate Change Canada

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America, Central and Western Europe
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Zacchaeus CompsonCentre for Ecosystem Genomics Applications (CEGA)

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Freshwater, Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Jeannine Cavender-BaresUniversity of Minnesota

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America
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Forest IsbellUniversity of Minnesota

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Ruben ValbuenaBangor University

Lecturer in Forest Sciences at Bangor University UK. My research is specialised in remote sensing, particularly LIDAR and forest structure.
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Bette LoiselleUniversity of Florida

Our work focuses on understanding how animals, especially birds, provide critical ecological services in tropical forests. In particular, we focus on animal-mediated seed dispersal and its consequences for plant populations.
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Andrew RomingerSanta Fe Institute

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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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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Maria Helena AndradeUniversidade Federal de Mato Grosso do Sul

Country or Region: Brazil
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Michael OrrInstitute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

Postdoc Fellow at Chinese Academy of Sciences. Bee Systematics, Natural History, and everything in between.
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Yoni GavishUniversity of Leeds

I'm a spatial ecologist interested in the development and implementation of methods that map the distribution of habitat, species, communities and ecosystems.
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Bill KuninUniversity of Leeds

Interests include: Rare plants and pollinators, Spatial scaling of abundance & diversity.
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Jillian OoiUniversity of Malaya

Interested in seagrass ecosystems, their distribution patterns and inter-specific interactions, and how seagrass meadows function as habitats for marine fauna such as fish communities and dugongs.
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Sze-wan PoongUniversity of Malaya

My research background is in algal molecular taxonomy and systematics, currently dabbling in transcriptomics.
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Angelica Diaz-PulidoInstituto Humboldt

Country or Region: Colombia
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Bruno SandyUniversity of São Paulo

Biologist. Master's degree in Biological Sciences by the Institute of Biosciences of the University of São Paulo in the area of long-term monitoring with emphasis on how rocky shores are affected by abiotic factors related to climate change.
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Julian OldenUniversity of Washington

My research program spans multiple levels of biological organization and modes of inquiry to advance the science and practice of conserving freshwater ecosystems. My principal interests include ecohydrology (dams, environmental flows).
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Anand SebastianKerala Forest Research Institute

Research Fellow at Kerala Forest Research Institute
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Camilo Roa-FuentesPedagogical and Technological University of Colombia (UPTC)

Country or Region: Colombia
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Maria Teresa KavanaughOregon State University

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Ryan PavlickJet Propulsion Laboratory

Research Technologist at NASA/JPL, remote sensing of plant function traits/diversity (AVIRIS/SBG) and solar-induced fluorescence (CFIS/OCO-3), interested in remote sensing/in-situ integration
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Jackson ChuMemorial University of Newfoundland

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North America, Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean
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Carmen Mifsud Environment and Resources Authority (ERA)

I work at the Environment Resource Authority, where I have been working on marine issues for more than 18 years particularly on marine biodiversity. Currently working in enforcement. Have worked on various Multilateral Environment Agreements includi
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Anton van de PutteRoyal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences

My interest is in providing open access to Southern Ocean and Antarctic biodiversity from the microbial to the whales. In this capacity I manage the SCAR biodiversity Portal (data.biodiversity.aq)
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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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Rosaleen MarchLeiden University

I am currently studying temporal dynamics of vegetation traits and functional diversity using remote sensing. I am also interested in distribution modeling and responses to change and disturbance.
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Amritha K SKFRI

Country or Region: India
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South Asia
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Dima ChenInstitute of Botany of Chinese Academy of Sciences

Country or Region: China
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: North-East Asia
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Ancuta FedorcaNational Research and Development Institute in Forestry Marin Dracea

My work is on connectivity and conservation, evolutionary processes, and species’ spatial patterns to provide useful information for biodiversity management.
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Athina PapatheodoulouI.A.CO Environmental & Water Consultants Ltd

Country or Region: Cyprus
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Geographic zone studied: Eastern Europe
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Claire O'NeillEarthwise Aware

I am the founder of Earthwise Aware, a Nature conservation organization focused on ecological literacy, ethics & leadership. CitSci is a means for us to supply scientific data & to engage the public.
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Gordon LuikartUniversity of Montana

Research interests in conservation biology, population genetics, and ecology. Research focuses on applications of genetics to the conservation of natural and managed populations.
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Oscar Daniel BeltránInstitute of Hydrology, Meteorology and Environmental Studies (IDEAM)

Hi, I'm the GEO-Colombia contact, glad to work with EO Data, training and research.
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Lluís BrotonsInForest JRU, CTFC-CREAF

Country or Region: Spain
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe, Mediterranean
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Zacharie Sohoul'Institut de Recherches Halieutiques et Océanologiques du Bénin (IRHOB)

Work on Marine Biodiversity and Stock assessment.
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Samantha CaponGriffith University

I am an ecologist with a background in the ecology and management of riverine and wetland landscapes, especially their vegetation and particularly in dryland regions. Much of my work focuses on informing water and land management.
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Ann Kristin SchartauNorwegian Institute for Nature Research

Country or Region: Norway
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe, Arctic
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Marina Rosales Benites de FrancoUniversidad Nacional Federico Villarreal (UNFV)

I am professor and researcher at Federico Villarreal National University.
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Emilio CivantosCIBIO-InBIO

I perform multidisciplinary research aiming at providing the scientific knowledge needed for understanding fundamental ecological and evolutionary processes that control the origins and maintenance of biological diversity.
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Victor GutierrezTemple University

Country or Region: USA
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America
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Talie MusaviMax Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry

I'm an Plant Ecologist interested in the interaction between plants and their environment. In particular, on the ecosystem scale how plants can mediate biosphere-atmosphere feedback.
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Frank MaseseUniversity of Eldoret

Experienced Aquatic Ecologist with a demonstrated history of working in streams, rivers and wetlands. Skilled in Biomonitoring, Ecology, Water Quality, Natural Resources, Biodiversity, Watershed Management, and Environmental Awareness.
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Francis MagbanuaUniversity of the Philippines Diliman

Country or Region: Philippines
Realm studied: Freshwater
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South-East Asia
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Ana ColacoUniversity of the Azores (IMAR)

Country or Region: Portugal
Realm studied: Marine
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied:
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Cecilia MasemolaCouncil for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)

Cecilia Masemola is a PhD candidate from the University of South Africa. Her primary research interest in ecological and environmental modelling using Earth Observation or remote sensing data.
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Damaris ZurellHumboldt-Universität zu Berlin

I am mainly interested in improving our predictive understanding of biodiversity. My research integrates diverse modelling approaches at diverse ecological levels to achieve this goal.
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Etienne LalibertéUniversity of Montreal

Associate Professor in Plant Functional Ecology @IRBV, UdeM. Canada Research Chair in Plant Funtional Ecology. Principal Investigator, Canadian Airborne Biodiversity Observatory.
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Xinghu QinUniversity of St Andrews

I am working on linking biodiversity levels using a community genetics approach.
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Maickel ArmenterosUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Formerly at University of Havana. Currently, posdoc at ICML (UNAM, Mexico). Main research topic: Ecology and diversity of marine meiofauna with focus on nematodes. Also work on mollusks and forams
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Maria J. I. BrionesUniversity of Vigo

Country or Region: Spain
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Davey JonesEnvironment Centre Wales

Davey Jones holds a Professorial Chair in Soil and Environmental Science at Bangor University. Previously, he was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow held jointly between Cornell University and the US Department of Agriculture in the USA.
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Peter MortimerKunming Institute of Botany, CAS

Country or Region: China
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South Africa, South-East Asia, North-East Asia
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Erica LuminiNational Research Council (CNR), Institute for Sustainable Plant Protection -IPSP

I am an environmental microbiologist: focus on plant-soil microbial interactions/symbioses,impact on plant growth; meta-barcoding of soil microbiota in natural ecosystems and agricultural environments.
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Anton PotapovUniversity of Göttingen, Institute of Zoology and Anthropology

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied:
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Alokendu PatnaikWageningen Environmental Research

I would describe myself as a realistic optimist, practical and caring person. I have am a fast learner and adapt to challenges effectively. I am very social and inclusive person.
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Barbara BauerGerman Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)

I'm working as a postdoctoral researcher on topics related to spatial community ecology. I'm collecting and analysing data on the influences of allometric and stoichiometric organismal traits on ecosystem dynamics.
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Miriam Muñoz-RojasUniversity of New South Wales

Country or Region: Australia
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: Remote Sensing, In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Aidan KeithCentre for Ecology & Hydrology

Country or Region: United Kingdom
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Nicolas FaninINRA

Country or Region: France
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Maria TsiafouliAristotle University

I'm mainly investigating the effects of climate change, human activities and agricultural land use on soil biodiversity. I’m interested in revealing links among soil biodiversity and ecosystem services.
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César MarínO'Higgins University

Dr. Ecology/Evolution. Posdoctoral Researcher in the University of O'Higgins, Chile. Soil Ecologist. Founder of the South Amrican Mycorrhizal Research Network. See cesar-marin.com
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Erin CameronSaint Mary's University

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Nico EisenhauerGerman Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)

Country or Region: Germany
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Global
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Clara Peña-VenegasAmazon Institute for Scientific Research SINCHI

I am a soil microbiologist and I work in the Amazon region of Colombia studying arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and soil macrofauna.
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Jorge Ari NoriegaLos Andes University

I am a community ecologist working in functional ecology in the Tropics and Palearctic region. I use dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) as an indicator tool to quantify ecosystem services and environmental impact caused by humans.
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Camille TruongUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Country or Region: Mexico
Realm studied: Terrestrial
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Geographic zone studied: South America, Carribbean, Mesoamerica, North America
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Sidney SturmerFURB - Universidade Regional de Blumenau

I am a taxonomist of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and curator of the International Culture Collection of Glomeromycota (www.furb.br/cicg). Research focus on AMF systematics, biogeography and diversity.
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Yves Hermandez TchiechouaPan-African University

PhD candidate in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology. Currently I am working arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi and their benefits in ecosystem.
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József GemlEszterházy Károly University

Country or Region: Hungary
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: South America, North America, South Africa, East Africa and adjacent islands, South-East Asia, Central and Western Europe
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Brajesh SinghWestern Sydney University

My research identifies the quantitative relationships between biodiversity and ecosystem functions and how natural/anthropogenic pressures such as land-use change and climate change affects these.
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Franziska TaubertHelmholtz Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ)

https://www.ufz.de/index.php?en=36648
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David ElliottUniversity of Derby

Soil microbial ecologist focusing on drylands and peatlands. Interest in big data approaches in long-term ecology and ecosystem assessment.
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Pablo García-PalaciosRey Juan Carlos University

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Colin AverillETH Zürich

Country or Region: Switzerland
Realm studied:
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Geographic zone studied: Global
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Andrew GonzalezMcGill University

Country or Region: Canada
Realm studied: Freshwater, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied:
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Steve WakelinScion

Environmental microbiology with focus on soil biology and ecosystem functions.
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Zoë LindoUniversity of Western Ontario

Soil ecologist working in forests and peatlands in Canada.
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J Kofa TorborLiberians united to promotes society safety and development (lupsad)

1998, holds Bachelor of Science Degree (BSc in Sociology from the University of Liberia; Serve as Policy Advisor of Center for Peace Development Effectiveness; Founder and Executive Director of Liberians United to Promote Society Safety and Developme
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Olaf SchmidtUniversity College Dublin

Country or Region: Ireland
Realm studied: Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach: In Situ
Geographic zone studied: Central and Western Europe
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Gudipati RamakrishnaAASRA - Suicide Prevention and Counselling NGO

Country or Region: India
Realm studied:
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied: South Asia
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Yayan wahyu c. KusumaResearch Center for Plant Conservation Botanic Gardens (LIPI)

Interested in biodiversity conservation. Currently, focusing on plant population genetics. Planning to establish biodiversity (plants) database in Indonesia, starting from Java.
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Andy TaylorThe James Hutton Institute

I am a fungal ecologist who uses a wide range of approaches to answer ecological questions about the roles of fungi in the environment. I specialise in the characterisation of soil fungal communities.
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Jairo Perez-TorresPontificia Universidad Javeriana

Know and understand the functional diversity of mammals, their ecological importance, and its relationship to ecosystem services. Mechanisms that regulate the structure of the local assembly of mammals.
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Keren Yanuka-GolubWeizmann Institute of Science

Country or Region: Israel
Realm studied: Marine, Terrestrial
Earth Observation Approach:
Geographic zone studied: Mediterranean