Daniel Evans is one of three ESA 2011 Graduate Student Policy Award (GSPA) winners. His Ph.D. research at the University of Washington focuses on habitat corridors and the impacts of habitat fragmentation on ecosystems. Daniel discusses his research as well as his insights on the importance of science policy engagement.
For more on habitat corridors, see the accompanying post on ESA’s blog, EcoTone.
This is the final in a series of three episodes featuring graduate students recognized by ESA in 2011 for their work at the interface of science and society. For more information on the GSPA, click here.