Don Croll (Professor)
Kelly Newton (Data Analyst and Lab Manager; MS 2008)
Susy Honig (PhD): Integrating marine and terrestrial atoll conservation by examining the impact of seabirds on coral reef health.
Abe Borker (PhD; MS 2012): Facilitating improved seabird conservation by developing better monitoring methods.
Kuo-Wei "Stanley" Shen (MS): Protecting Chinese Crested Tern breeding islands via conservation action and monitoring population size to evaluate the effectiveness of the conservation measures.
Bernie Tershy (Adjunct Professor)
Matthew McKown (Post-Doc): Driving improvements in seabird conservation by developing cheaper monitoring tools.
Erin McCreless (PhD): Preventing extinctions by identifying islands where invasive species eradication will produce the largest biodiversity bang for the buck (return on investment).
Angela Quiros (PhD): Improving management of tropical islands by examining links between terrestrial and marine protected areas.
Dena Spatz (PhD): Preventing seabird extinctions by identifying conservation needs on the world’s most important seabird breeding islands.
Joe Cutler (Phd): Investigating the process of speciation in cichlid species flocks in Cameroon's volcanic crater lakes; synthesizing ecology and evolutionary history into an eco-evolutionary approach to understand the process of adaptive divergence and the origin of species in sympatry. Coupling this research with conservation prioritizations will help to promote the sustainable management of freshwater resources in Cameroon.
Diana Ruiz (Phd): Advancing conservation tools through taxon substitutions and translocations.