Trond Larsen, Ph.D.

Director, Rapid Assessment Program, Moore Center for Science

Location
U.S. (Arlington)
Languages
English

Trond Larsen, Ph.D.

Director, Rapid Assessment Program, Moore Center for Science

Dr. Trond Larsen has worked on a broad range of projects regarding the causes and consequences of biodiversity loss across the tropics, often using invertebrate taxa as a model.

Trond was a founding director of the Amazon Conservation Association. As Science Director for the non-profit Friends of the Osa, he established a new center for research, education and conservation of terrestrial and marine biodiversity on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica.

Trond has been a research associate at the Smithsonian Institution since 1998 and was a research fellow with the Encyclopedia of Life. He recently finished a Fuller Fellowship with WWF and Princeton University examining the impacts of climate change, land-use change and infrastructure development on Andean biodiversity. Trond also enjoys nature photography.​

Trond was a founding director of the Amazon Conservation Association. As Science Director for the non-profit Friends of the Osa, he established a new center for research, education and conservation of terrestrial and marine biodiversity on the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica.

Trond has been a research associate at the Smithsonian Institution since 1998 and was a research fellow with the Encyclopedia of Life. He recently finished a Fuller Fellowship with WWF and Princeton University examining the impacts of climate change, land-use change and infrastructure development on Andean biodiversity. Trond also enjoys nature photography.​

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Climate Change, Ecosystem Services, Insects
Location
U.S. (Arlington)
Languages
English