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James Kelleher

My interests are in computational ecology and conservation technology, using emergent tools like bioacoustics and remote sensing to study wildlife populations non-invasively and at larger scales. These approaches present alternate means to efficiently observe the character,  health, and changes in a system, and can complement wet-lab approaches by capturing different types of ecological information in real time. Graduating from Colorado State University's Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology program in 2019, I have since worked as a R developer at an ecology consultancy firm analyzing patterns of bat and bird activity at wind energy facilities. Currently, I am working with the Hadly Lab on a project using acoustic monitors to explore a potentially climate-mediated competitive relationship between bats at Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve.