Dr. Amy Dunham
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Dr. Amy Dunham is primarily interested in the interactions of species in complex tropical forests and especially in relation to anthropogenic disturbances. However, her research spans a wide range of topics in ecology, evolution and conservation biology, from geographic and phylogenetic patterns of trait distributions and community assembly to impacts of extinction and invasion on trophic cascades and ecosystem processes, to studies of global climate change impacts on demography and species interactions.
Back to Directory »