Greetings everyone! There comes a time in every ecologist's life when they get an offer they just can't refuse. And no, I'm not referring to what happened to Luca Brasi for all of you fish ecologists out there. I will be spending some time in the Galápagos Islands working on the Galapagos Verde 2050 project at the Charles Darwin Foundation field station. During this transition I won't be posting very much, but don't fret! If you are new to this site, be sure to check out the free resources I've been compiling here. If you are a returning visitor, please stay tuned! I won't be gone for long. Check back here for updates or, just sign up to my mailing list below and you'll get an update as soon as I start posting again.
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Luka Negoita, PhD
I received my BA in Human Ecology from College of the Atlantic in 2011 and my PhD in Biology with a focus in theoretical plant ecology in May 2018 with Dr. Jason Fridley at Syracuse University. I love teaching and working with ecology students on everything from mental health to data analysis, research design, and study techniques.