Dr. Tyler Kartzinel (PI)
Assistant Professor, Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology
Fellow, Institute at Brown for Environment & Society
I have always enjoyed exploring nature and working with people to solve conservation challenges. Much of my research uses forensic lab tools and field experiments to answer questions about ecology that were previously intractable at large scales. I aim to illuminate the many ways that species interact with each other - predation, herbivory, competition, dispersal, pollination, symbioses - why these interactions matter for nature and people, and how these interactions should guide our efforts to addresss and adapt to global change.
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