Dr. Timothy Kittel is an ecologist and climate scientist with INSTAAR. He has over thirty years of professional research experience in global change science, with contributions to the science of climate-biosphere interaction, historical climatic change, and regional ecosystem and climate modeling. Dr. Kittel’s work on climate change impacts has been included in IPCC and US National Assessments. His current research foci are on approaches for considering climate change uncertainty in biodiversity conservation planning and climate change in high mountain regions. Dr. Kittel has published over 80 peer-reviewed papers and book chapters in ecology and climate dynamics.
Dr. Kittel’s teaching emphasizes field instruction in ecology and conservation biology. He currently teaches Winter Field Ecology in the Rocky Mountains and study abroad courses on conservation in Latin America.
“Conservation Biology and Practice in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest Global Seminar” is for upper-division undergraduates and graduate students with an interest in applied conservation biology and human dimensions of environmental change….