Baldwin, Robert

Baldwin, Robert
Clemson University

I am fascinated by the richness of life, in particular  diversity of plants and animals. I have always been drawn to nature's complexity, and that is why I became a biologist. Eventually, I figured out that people in our daily quest for existence are causing the decline of many species.  Landscape ecology and conservation design are a practical means to both understand diversity at multiple scales, and how to build in resilience for humans and wildlife, over long temporal and varying spatial scales.

Research Interests: 
Landscape ecology, conservation biology, conserving biodiversity in human-dominated landscapes