Patrick Roehrdanz

Manager, Spatial Planning for Area Conservation in Response to Climate Change (SPARC)

Patrick Roehrdanz
Manager, Spatial Planning for Area Conservation in Response to Climate Change (SPARC)
Patrick R. Roehrdanz is the manager of Spatial Planning for Area Conservation in Response to Climate Change (SPARC) at Conservation International, where he examines how to effectively conserve the world’s biodiversity as species and ecosystems respond to a changing climate.

Patrick brings over an expertise in spatial analysis with a focus on climate change, including species distribution modeling, ecosystem services impact evaluation, climate change vulnerability assessment, agricultural suitability modeling and conservation planning.

Patrick holds degrees in environmental science and management from University of California, Santa Barbara and geology from Carleton College in Minnesota.

Patrick brings over an expertise in spatial analysis with a focus on climate change, including species distribution modeling, ecosystem services impact evaluation, climate change vulnerability assessment, agricultural suitability modeling and conservation planning.

Patrick holds degrees in environmental science and management from University of California, Santa Barbara and geology from Carleton College in Minnesota.

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