Welcome to the Young Lab
Research in our lab lies at the intersection of community ecology, ecosystem ecology, and conservation biology. Specifically, we focus on understanding the effects of wildlife loss and human disturbance on community structure and ecosystem function. Recent work has focused mainly on the effects of wildlife loss on human health and well-being. We work at local and global scales and use a range of observational, experimental, and meta-analytical approaches. For opportunities in our lab, please look under the Join Us tab.
Lab meetings for the Fall quarter are on Mondays from 11am to 12pm in Noble Hall, room 1231. All are welcome to attend.
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