We work on ecology at the human interface, and its implications for disease, conservation, sustainability, and wildlife management.
Our interdisciplinary work incorporates tools from medical geography, quantitative and applied ecology, and the social sciences. We use techniques from the lab to the field to the computer to the white board.
We play well with others, and welcome collaborations.
Department of Geography
3125 Turlington Hall
Emerging Pathogens Institute
Office 113, Bioinformatics Wing
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL 32611
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News and Notes
Becky's first MSc chapter published in Ecosphere: Fuda, R.K., Ryan, S.J., Cohen, J., Hartter, J., Frair, J. 2016. Assessing impacts to primary productivity at the park edge in Murchison Falls Conservation Area, Uganda.
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New Applied Geography article: Ryan et al., 2015. Household level influences on fragmentation in an African park landscape.
Andrea successfully defends her Masters thesis work! Felicidades!
Emily\'s undergraduate work appears in a publication - Reduction of Baylisascaris procyonis Eggs in Raccoon Latrines, Suburban Chicago, Illinois, USA, EID Dispatch, 2014
New Dengue publication in BMC Infectious Diseases Stewart Ibarra et al., 2014. Spatiotemporal clustering, climate periodicity, and social-ecological risk factors for dengue during an outbreak in Machala, Ecuador, in 2010
Congratulations to Tess and Becky on GSA research awards
Congratulations to Andrea on her research award from the Rizek group to continue work on Aves en cacao!
Becky receives a research award from IdeaWild! Congratulations!
Congratulations to Becky and Andrea on their graduate travel awards to present posters at SCCS-NY