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Lee Hannah, Ph.D.

Senior Scientist, Climate Change Biology, Moore Center for Science

Location
U.S. (Arlington)
Languages
English, French
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Lee Hannah, Ph.D.

Senior Scientist, Climate Change Biology, Moore Center for Science

Dr. Lee Hannah heads Conservation International’s efforts to develop conservation responses to climate change. Lee works collaboratively with the Bren School and UC Santa Barbara to model climate impacts on species in California, and with the National Botanical Institute in Cape Town, South Africa to model biotic change resulting from global warming in biodiversity hot spots in that region.
​​​​Lee Hannah is Senior Fellow in Climate Change Biology at Conservation International’s Betty and Gordon Moore Center for Science and Oceans. Tracking with his interest in the role of climate change in conservation planning and methods of corridor design, he heads Conservation International’s efforts to develop conservation responses to climate change. He works collaboratively with the Bren School and UC Santa Barbara to model climate impacts on species in California, and with the National Botanical Institute in Cape Town, South Africa to model biotic change resulting from global warming in biodiversity hot spots in that region. He has written on the global extent of wilderness and the role of communities in the management of protected areas.​​
​​​​Lee Hannah is Senior Fellow in Climate Change Biology at Conservation International’s Betty and Gordon Moore Center for Science and Oceans. Tracking with his interest in the role of climate change in conservation planning and methods of corridor design, he heads Conservation International’s efforts to develop conservation responses to climate change. He works collaboratively with the Bren School and UC Santa Barbara to model climate impacts on species in California, and with the National Botanical Institute in Cape Town, South Africa to model biotic change resulting from global warming in biodiversity hot spots in that region. He has written on the global extent of wilderness and the role of communities in the management of protected areas.​​
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Biodiversity Science, Climate Change, Community Engagement
Location
U.S. (Arlington)
Languages
English, French
My Latest Blogs on Human Nature