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Overview

  • I am an urban behavioral ecologist and discipline-based education researcher. I am interested in understanding how wildlife alter behavioral patterns to adjust to novel environments and the evolutionary outcomes of behavior changes. My education research focuses on addressing systemic barriers to participation in the field of ecology. I do this through identifying barriers to thriving and the impacts of implementing anti-racist pedagogy in ecology courses.
  • Selected Publications

    Academic Article

    Year Title
    2024 Inequalities in noise will affect urban wildlife.Nature Ecology and Evolution.  8:163-174. 2024
    2023 Time alters urban singing strategies in a North American songbirdJournal of Urban Ecology.  9. 2023
    Grit matters to biology doctoral students’ perception of barriers to degree completionJournal of Biological Education.  1-24.

    Article

    Year Title
    2023 It's not just noise: The consequences of inequitable noise for urban wildlife 2023

    Teaching Activities

  • Environmental Biology Taught course
  • Environmental Biology Taught course
  • Environmental Biology Taught course
  • Environmental Biology Taught course
  • Environmental Biology Taught course 2023
  • Environmental Biology Taught course 2023
  • Environmental Biology Taught course 2023
  • Environmental Biology Taught course 2023
  • Environmental Biology Taught course 2023
  • Full Name

  • Karina Sanchez