Erin L. Landguth

Assistant Research Professor

Education:

PhD 2010, University of Montana (Mathematical/Computational Ecology)

MS 2004, SD School of Mines and Technology (Atmospheric Sciences)

BS 2002, SD School of Mines and Technology (Mathematics)

Research Interests:

My research focus is in eco-evolutionary landscape genomics, with a strong focus on simulation modeling to advance methodological and conceptual aspects in the rapidly growing field of landscape genetics. My vision is to develop, optimize, and apply modeling tools and simulation-based programs for understanding relationships between biological processes, environmental factors, disturbance, and climate with population patterns across landscapes. My goal is to produce tools that will be valuable to natural resources managers, decision makers, and scientists with a stake in maintaining biodiversity, from genes to ecosystems.

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