Alys Granados is WildCAM's Science Coordinator and a postdoc in the WildCo Lab at UBC. She is using WildCAM data to study how mammal species and communities respond to changes in land use and recreation in BC and AB. Alys earned her PhD from the Department of Zoology at UBC where she studied the consequences of selective logging for plants and mammals in Borneo.
Affiliations: University of British Columbia, Dept of Forest Resources Management
Species Studied: All