Conservation Biology of Terrestrial Vertebrates

John Koprowski

John
Koprowski
Title: 
Professor, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Additional Titles and Departments: 
Affiliate Faculty, Institute of the Environment
Education: 
Ph.D. in Biology, University of Kansas, 1991.
Phone: 
(520) 624-6439
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John Koprowski's research interests focus on the integration of basic ecological research into conservation and management decision making. He prefers to investigate basic ecological questions that have the potential to be applied to real-world problems in the conservation of biodiversity. As a result, many of his research group's studies focus on model species that are threatened or endangered or ecosystems that are rare or undergoing rapid change. His team enjoys collaborative work on a local, regional, national, and international scale and continuously seeks cooperators to investigate the impacts of climate change, population growth, and other anthropogenic influences.

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