Scott Loarie

About me

I'm a researcher at the Carnegie Institution for Science, a lecturer at Berkeley in the Department of Geography, and co-Director of iNaturalist.org. My research centers on climate change impacts on species distributions and increasingly the role of citizen-science in scaling biodiversity conservation.

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Full name
Scott Loarie
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a professional scientist
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Full Curator

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Curator qualifications

Credentials

1. Post-doctoral fellow, Department of Global Ecology, Carnegie Institution for Science 2. I have a paper on climate threats to the American Pika in review at PNAS, some press is at http://www.csmonitor.com/Environment/Global-Warming/2009/1117/saving-wildlife-in-a-warmer-world I have several more general studies on species impacts from climate change including a recent paper in Nature http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v462/n7276/full/nature08649.html

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Lepidptera