2023 savanna science network meeting
In March of 2023 I visited the Kruger National Park, South Africa for their 20th annual Savanna Science Network Meeting. On the last day, I gave a fifteen minute talk about my research on antelope population declines in Kruger over the past thirty years. Check out my talk below, "Declines in rare antelope populations since the 1980s partially explained by climate drivers", or click here to view on YouTube.
2022 GradX ted talk
In April of 2022, I was thrilled to present my waterhole mapping research to a general audience of friends and family for the Graduate School's annual TED-style GradX event. It was incredibly fun and challenging to distill a project that involved years of work and hundreds of lines of code into five minutes of engaging storytelling. Apologies in advance for the low-quality audio, but otherwise enjoy!