Amanda D. Rodewald

Director of Conservation Science, Cornell Lab of Ornithology and Dept. of Natural Resources, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

Amanda Rodewald’s research program seeks to understand the behavioral and demographic mechanisms guiding population, community, and landscape-scale responses of birds to land use change and human activity in the eastern US and Latin America. She tightly integrates her research and outreach efforts to inform policy and management, and as such, regularly interacts with government agencies, conservation organizations, and private landowners. Among her national leadership activities she serves on the Science Advisory Board of US EPA.

Primary Recipient Awards

International Visiting Research Scholars, Amanda D. Rodewald, 2016

Amanda D. Rodewald
Peter Arcese

Related Event

Feb 162017
International Visiting Research Scholar public talk
Accelerating rates of land conversion for agriculture, development, and resource extraction have challenged us to identify creative ways to sustain biodiversity, protect ecosystem...