Andrew Sabin Presidential Chair of Conservation Biology
Office: 134 Winston Hall
Phone: (336) 758-5596
1989, University of Missouri.
Ph.D. Zoology, 1996, Duke University.
Silman’s work centers on understanding biodiversity distribution and the
response of forests ecosystems climate and land use changes past and future. Current
projects also address Andean and Amazonian carbon cycles and biodiversity
controls for use in private- and public-sector ecosystem services projects that
change land use by generating revenue for conservation. He has over 25 years of
experience in the Andes and Amazon and is a founding member of the Andes
Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research Group, and principal investigator of the Centro de Innovacion Cientifica Amazonica (CINCIA).
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