Nao TakashinaPrincipal Investigator: takashina＠edu.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp
My research focuses on conservation science and ecosystem management. It also incorporates general topics in ecology, such as macroecology, population dynamics, and ecological sampling theory. My current projects include (i) determining an effective implementation of protected areas, (ii) exploring socio-ecological systems in ecosystem management/conservation, and (iii) developing an ecosystem model that describes macroecological patterns across spatial scales.
Hubert CheungJSPS Postdoctoral Fellow: h.cheung＠edu.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp
I use interdisciplinary methods to study the complex human dimensions of conservation. My research focuses on wildlife trade and conservation geopolitics. I work at the interface of science, policy and practice to deliver positive change for nature. In addition to my post at the University of Tokyo, I am also an Adjunct Faculty member at Northern Arizona University and a co-founder of Atlas Conservation Initiative, a registered charity in Canada.