I'm a wildlife ecologist and conservation scientist working with the Center for Conservation Innovation at Defenders of Wildlife. My research and outreach focus on understanding the socio-ecological drivers of human-wildlife interactions and developing efficient tools for management and policy decision-makers to transform conflict into coexistence. I've worked in North America, Asia, and Africa on a range of species, including carnivores like wolves, tigers, leopards, and lions, birds and amphibians. I draw on an interdisciplinary toolkit rooted in the natural and social sciences, including ecological field data and social surveys. I collaborate with researchers and stakeholders across the world to compare similar ecological processes across different systems.
More info on my background is available in my CV.
Defenders of Wildlife
Washington DC, USA
jmiller [at] defenders.org