Andrew Shirk

Type: 
Scientist
Organization: 
University of Washington, Climate Impacts Group
Description: 

My expertise is primarily in landscape ecology, population genetics, and spatial statistics. I study the impacts of climate change and other anthropogenic factors on the viability of wildlife populations. These studies often involve inferring how landscape conditions influence gene flow and population demographics based on genetic data, GPS collars, and remote sensing.

Category: 
Environmental Monitoring