Dr. Michael Campbell is an environmental scientist with specialized interests in applied ecology and biogeography: the modelling of human/wildlife (avian scavenger and/or mammal carnivore) relations in changing landscapes, forest/savanna landcover change using geomatics, and applications of these to case studies in Central America, Canada and West Africa. He is also an expert in geographical information science, remote sensing, statistics, natural hazards, international development and environment, physical geography, political ecology, environment in social science methodologies and conservation biology.

Michael Campbell, PhD Lecturer, Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada

Dr. Michael Campbell is an environmental scientist with specialized interests in applied ecology and biogeography: the modelling of human/wildlife (avian scavenger and/or mammal carnivore) relations in changing landscapes, forest/savanna landcover change using geomatics, and applications of these to case studies in Central America, Canada and West Africa. He is also an expert in geographical information science, remote sensing, statistics, natural hazards, international development and environment, physical geography, political ecology, environment in social science methodologies and conservation biology.

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