Brenna Forester Visiting Scientist

Office: Biology 317

Phone: (970) 495-5106


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I am a landscape and molecular ecologist focused on conserving biodiversity in a period of rapid global change. My research integrates environmental, genomic, and phenotypic data sets to assess adaptive capacity and inform the management of at-risk species. My current research areas include integrating genomic data into the implementation of the U.S. Endangered Species Act and conservation genomics of imperiled amphibians.