The Ecological Forecasting Initiative and the ESA Statistical Ecology Section are hosting Dr. Skip Woolley for the December call in the Statistical Methods Seminar Series. Dr. Woolley is a research fellow at the University of Melbourne working on Integrated Environmental Assessment Modelling and he is a visiting
scientist at CSIRO. His research focuses on the development, implementation and interpretation of statistical modelling for integrated environmental risk assessment. Dr. Woolley’s research also focuses on understanding how biodiversity interacts with economic, social and environmental drivers of human activities and pressures, to better protect and reduce the risk of biodiversity loss into the future.
NOTE THAT THIS SEMINAR MEETS AT 9AM EASTERN INSTEAD OF THE TYPICAL NOON EASTERN FOR THE OTHER SEMINARS IN THIS SERIES.