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Jacquelyn Gill

Brown University
Postdoctoral Fellow with the Environmental Change Initiative
Providence, RI
I am an ecologist and biogeographer interested in how landscapes change through space and time, and how the combination of an interdisciplinary approach and a deep-time perspective can inform global change science and conservation. In my research, I use the perspectives of space and time to investigate the causes of novel ecosystems, the ecological consequences of the extinctions of ice age megafauna like mammoths, and tipping points in global ecosystems.

I am passionate about in women in science, STEM diversity, public science literacy, interactions between scientists and science journalists, how scientists use new media, and increasing disability access at academic conferences.

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