Dr. Isbell is an ecologist investigating the causes and consequences of changes in biodiversity. This includes determining how human activities can disrupt or promote species coexistence, and how species loss alters the way that ecosystems function. His research has been published in top scientific journals, including Nature, and reported by top science news sources, including Scientific American. He has taught biology, ecology, and conservation courses. He has also designed and delivered education outreach programs for a science museum and an environmental education center. He is interested in developing stronger relationships between scientific and faith communities.
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