Assistant Professor, Biological Sciences, University of Alberta
CO-APPLICANT, LANDSCAPE 5
Stephanie Greens leads the CHANGE Lab at the University of Alberta, which investigates the causes and consequences of biodiversity change in marine and freshwater ecosystems with the goal of developing science-based tools to inform natural resource management under global change. Research in her lab combine a variety of quantitative methods at a range of spatial scales—from animal behavioural observation and large-scale manipulative field experiments, to quantitative coupled social-ecological systems modeling—to understand how drivers including biological invasion, climate change, habitat modification, and exploitation are altering the goods and services derived from aquatic food webs. Her research has been internationally recognized through awards and funding from the Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship in Ocean Sciences and Lenfest Ocean Program. Stephanie completed her PhD at Simon Fraser University in 2013. Prior to joining the University of Alberta, she held a Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship at Stanford University and a David H. Smith Conservation Science Fellowship at Oregon State University.
Conservation biology, Restoration ecology, Community ecology, Social-ecological systems