Daniel Kramer, Ph.D.
Department of Fisheries and Wildlife
ProfessorCase Hall, Room N365,
842 Chestnut Rd
East Lansing, MI 48825
Joint Appointment with James Madison College
Areas of Expertise:
Integration of ecological; sociological; policy; economic analyses to study the conservation of biodiversity
Ph.D., Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota
M.A., Environmental Policy and International Development, University of Minnesota
B.A., Philosophy, Colorado State University
B.S., Biology, Colorado State University
I am jointly appointed at Michigan State University between James Madison College, a liberal arts, public policy, residential college for undergraduate students and the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife. My research interests center around three broad themes: 1) the conservation of biodiversity, 2) land and water interactions, and 3) global change science, particularly the effects of globalization on remote communities in ecologically rich regions of the world.
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