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The Center for Biodiversity Outcomes

The Center for Biodiversity Outcomes

The Center for Biodiversity Outcomes

Collaborating across diverse disciplines and practices to identify and create solutions that conserve and help manage biodiversity for the long term.

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Now hiring! Summer student

Now hiring! Summer student

The ASU Center for Biodiversity Outcomes is hiring a summer 2018 student. The ideal candidate would facilitate a research project aimed at developing a decision tool for conservation investments, as well as assist with center communications and marketing. Essential duties include collaboratively design the tool structure, compile and clean data and metadata for input; incorporate modeling...

ASU-CI partnership in action in the world’s epicenter of biodiversity

ASU-CI partnership in action in the world’s epicenter of biodiversity

As part of their Fulbright Fellowships to Ecuador, Professors Leah Gerber and John Sabo are experiencing the interface between people and nature in the Amazon rainforest and on the Galapagos Islands. Sabo’s work focuses on strategic development of hydropower in the Amazon basin and Gerber’s focus is on the social, ecological and economic dimensions of marine...

ASU-CI professors of practice speed talks

ASU-CI professors of practice speed talks

In partnership with Conservation International, the ASU Center for Biodiversity Outcomes will be hosting a series of speed talks by the ASU-Cl professors of practice on their respective research areas. This will be a great opportunity for faculty to learn more about their work and find out ways to get involved. Wednesday, April 25, 9:25-10:25 a.m.,...