Chief Scientist for The Nature Conservancy,
The keynotes by Peter Kareiva discuss nature conservancy, wildlife and fisheries, biology, biodiversity and human land use. As an active member of The Nature Conservancy for more than 20 years, Peter is well versed on the topic of academic work at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Peter completed his master's of science degree in environmental biology at the University of California, followed by his PhD at Cornell. Peter has authored over 100 scientific articles in biology, mathematics, environmental issues, landscape ecology and climate change.
2007 marked a significant year for Peter as he was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Science as well as the Ecological Society of America. The keynotes by Peter Kareiva are informative and comprehensive.