We are interested in the eco-evolutionary dynamics of species’ responses to human habitat alteration and using this information to improve conservation management. Our work integrates population genetic theory and spatial statistical approaches with large genomic and geographic information systems (GIS) datasets to determine the roles of relevant landscape and climate variables. We use genomic tools to characterize both neutral and adaptive genetic differentiation across the landscape in non-model organisms.
We study a wide range of organisms including amphibians, fishes, mammals, and plants. See 'Research' and 'Publications' for more information.