Researcher, Natural History Museum, London
Adriana De Palma
Adriana De Palma is a World Economic Forum Young Scientist who uses data-science approaches to collate and synthesize existing data to better understand local and global biodiversity responses to anthropogenic drivers of change, including both land-use change and extreme weather events. She is particularly interested in using robust statistical techniques to identify — and test the efficacy of — potential management practices and policy decisions at different scales to mitigate the impacts of global change on biodiversity and ecosystem services.
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