James is a quantitative ecologist at the U.S. Geological Survey based in Davie, FL. He studies species-habitat relationships and physical drivers of habitat change to develop species distribution models that provide temporal and spatial guidance for practical conservation and natural resource management.

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Chances are, you would not pack up and move to a new home without first researching the neighborhood, reviewing your finances, and maybe investigating schools nearby. Similarly, you would not buy the first car you find on a magazine cover without first reviewing the technical specifications, exploring your options, and perhaps taking a test …

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