Chris is a post-doc who works on how wildlife communities respond to anthropogenic disturbance and, ultimately, the implications of such changes. He has spent over 6 years living and working in areas of extreme biodiversity, including Ecuador, Costa Rica, Peru and Gabon. He is now applying his skills to the biodiversity of extreme environments (the boreal). Chris is passionate about open access science, reproducible research and doughnut consumption.
Affiliations: University of British Columbia