克里斯蒂 • 桑普森 (Christie Sampson)

Former Fellow, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

Former Smithsonian Fellow Christie Sampson is an ecologist with more than 10 years of fieldwork, both within the U.S. and internationally. With an expertise in studying animal and plant systems in temperate and tropical ecosystems, she has addressed population and community ecology questions for both governmental and nonprofit organizations.

克里斯蒂 • 桑普森 2010 年毕业于密歇根州立大学 (Michigan State University),获得了生物系统工程学和动物学双学士学位。 2013 年,她获得了克莱姆森大学 (Clemson University) 的生物科学硕士学位。 她在读硕士和博士期间,与来自史密森尼保护生态学研究所 (Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute,简称 SCBI) 的彼得 • 雷姆格鲁伯 (Peter Leimgruber) 博士和梅丽莎 • 桑格 (Melissa Songer) 博士一起对亚洲象生态学和保护展开研究。 在攻读硕士期间,克里斯蒂评估了诸如失火、入侵物种和非法放牧等干扰因素对斯里兰卡大象栖息地的影响。 2015 年,她获得了欧亚基金会 (Eurasia Foundation) 的新兴专业奖学金,将她对人类与野生动物生存之争的研究拓展到美国西部和俄罗斯地区。

Christie is a PhD candidate at Clemson University in Dr. David Tonkyn’s lab. During her fellowship with the GIS lab at SCBI her research involved understanding and mitigating human-elephant conflict in Myanmar through community education and outreach; analyzing elephant movement ecology; and evaluating new mitigation and management techniques.

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