Garrett Knowlton (he/him)

Credentials: MS Student - Turner Lab

Email: gjknowlton@wisc.edu

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My research will focus on modeling future forest landscapes under divergent climate and disturbance scenarios. I will explore the implications of future landscape trajectories for conservation and biodiversity.

Lab: https://turnerlab.ibio.wisc.edu/

Why did you decide to pursue a graduate degree in iBio?

I decided to pursue a degree in the iBio department because of the unique opportunity to craft my degree to my research interests and learn many interdisciplinary skills.

Why or what do you love about the program?

I enjoy the collaborative nature of the department and the wide range of research interests among students and faculty.

Future Plans: I hope to work with communities and land managers to help them adapt to a changing climate and planet.

Educational Background:

B.S. in Fisheries and Wildlife, Michigan State University.

Lab: https://turnerlab.ibio.wisc.edu/