Lilian Carswell

PhD Student, Williams Lab

I am interested in the intersection between sensory biology, neuroscience, behavior, and conservation. Specifically, I am interested in how we can use information about how animals perceive their world to guide conservation interventions, such as re-establishing range connectivity with wildlife corridors or overpasses/underpasses; conducting reintroductions; or limiting human activities that may cause harm. Without understanding what matters perceptually and socially to individuals of the species we are trying to conserve, we may not fully appreciate how human activities are affecting them, and we may not understand how best to help them avoid human hazards. Read more at my website.

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