I have always been inspired by the Native American philosophy of harmony with Nature. I seek to carry this work over to my studies of ecology and conservation biology. That the Earth is a biosphere with many forms of life from the cellular to the global. I seek to apply Bayesian modeling, remote sensing, and classic field studies to promote a world in which society and science can work to create a sustainable future for all life.
James S. Clark is Nicholas Professor of the Nicholas School of the Environment and Professor of Statistical Science.
John Parnell is a renowned Tropical Plant Systemist, working specifically in Thailand. He is a Fellow of TCD (1990- ).
Robert Smith's research focuses on the intersection of climate and life-history, studying the effects of these on birds.
Jennifer Swenson studies ecological and human-induced changes with remote sensing and geospatial analysis.
Jean Philippe studies how phenotypic traits and their evolution determine species network of interactions and food webs.