Spatial Analyst (joined TNC 2015)
Lisa serves as the spatial analysis lead on projects within the Center for Science and Public Policy. She uses science-based tools, information and analyses to assist in protecting natural systems and ensuring natural systems adapt to changing land use and climate.
Lisa has a degree in Conservation Biology with experience in spatial and statistical analyses, landscape ecology, GIS, climate modeling, and hydrological modeling. Her overall interests are studying the effects of anthropogenic alterations on species and natural systems. Her past project include studying the effects of agriculture on isolated wetlands loss and hydrology, the effect of urbanization of cypress wetlands, and the effects of climate change on grassland bird distributions.
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