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4 experts found.
Marion Adeney
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Durham, NC
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Environment Science

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Marion Adeney

Researcher, Biodiversity
Duke University
Marion Adeney uses satellite imagery and ground-based data to answer questions on how disturbance, especially fire and flooding, impacts the function of tropical ecosystems and their conservation. She has traveled extensively in the Amazon and other regions.


Clinton Jenkins
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Raleigh, NC
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Expertise:
Science Environment

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Clinton Jenkins, Ph.D.

Research Scholar
North Carolina State University
With ten years of experience in Brazil, the Florida Everglades, and with many global conservation issues, Clinton Jenkins is an expert on biodiversity conservation, endangered species, and the use of satellite imagery for environmental monitoring.


Lucas Joppa
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Durham,
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Expertise:
Science Environment

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Lucas Joppa, PhD

Ecologist
Microsoft Research
Lucas Joppa specializes in conservation biology and knows the role of protected areas, but asks: are these areas a partial solution? Knowing where these areas are, what they do, and creating future ones can ease environmental problems.


Stuart Pimm
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Durham, NC
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Expertise:
Environment Science

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Stuart Pimm, PhD

Biodiversity
Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
Two great environmental challenges facing this new century are the massive changes to the global climate and the irreversible loss of species. Conservation ecology expert Dr. Pimm is ready to discuss the loss of forests and how to restore those that are damaged.








 

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