Ilona Naujokaitis-Lewis


I am a quantitative ecologist and my main research interests include understanding the population-level wildlife responses to anthropogenic factors with a specific focus on climate change and land-use change. I study the relative importance of abiotic and biotic factors on range-wide species range dynamics, the importance of multiple forms of uncertainty on model outcomes and decisions focused on managing threatened species, and spatio-temporal scaling of species responses to climate change.

Biodiversity Biogeography Conservation Biology Ecology Zoology

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Post-doctoral research associate

University of Wisconsin-Madison
Forest, Wildlife Ecology

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