Welcome to the Global ecology research group at the University of Florida, located in the Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation. Our group studies a wide array of ecological questions focused on better understanding how species respond to anthropogenic changes in the environment. We adopt a multi-taxa approach, integrating large datasets such as those derived from citizen science and remotely-sensed products with quantitative approaches, geospatial analyses, and macroecological theory to understand processes and mechanisms shaping biodiversity. For more details, check out our research page.

We are located at the Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center in Davie, Florida.

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Corey T. Callaghan

  • (2019) Ph.D. UNSW Sydney
  • (2015) M.S. Florida Atlantic University
  • (2013) B.S. + B.S., Canisius College


December 6, 2022

Recruiting a data scientist in global change ecology!

November 10, 2022

New paper published advocating for increased use of iNaturalist by identifiers.

August 10, 2022

Website launched!

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