Anna Thonis


PhD Candidate


Curriculum vitae


Ecology and Evolution


Stony Brook University



Anna Thonis


PhD Candidate


Contact

Anna Thonis


PhD Candidate


Curriculum vitae


Ecology and Evolution


Stony Brook University




About


I am a fifth-year PhD candidate in the Akcakaya Lab in the Department of Ecology and Evolution at Stony Brook University in New York. I consider myself a population ecologist, herpetologist, and conservation biologist. I am interested in the drivers of species distributions and how species distributions may change through time. My work uses a combination of field and quantitative modeling methods to address questions related to the ecology and distribution of Puerto Rican Anolis lizards. 

I am also broadly interested in science communication, outreach, and public speaking. As a STRIDE Fellow through Stony Brook's Institute for Advanced Computational Science, I aim to improve on these skills in order to faciliate my future efforts in conserving species. I love giving public talks on herpetological conservation, conservation broadly, field work, and more. If you're interested in having me as a speaker, please email me (my contact information is at the bottom of this page).

If you're interested in seeing some photos from the field, please check out my Instagram @annainthefield

Contact Me

Email
[email protected]

Address
619 Life Sciences Building
Stony Brook University
Stony Brook, NY 11790

Social Media
@annainthefield
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