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Dexter is an Urban Ecologist with a doctorate from the Graduate School of Geography at Clark University. Prior to Clark, he received a Master's of Environmental Science from The Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies at Yale University. He also graduated Summa Cum Laude from The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at The University of Vermont with a Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Planning, with Minors in Economics as well as Forestry.
He worked for the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation and the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station in the People and Their Environments: Social Science Supporting Natural Resource Management and Policy work unit.
Conducting applied research with urban natural resource managers is his passion. If he's not doing urban ecology he can usually be found rock climbing and hiking throughout the Mid Atlantic region, or listening to classic rock music. Check out his personal website, browse his CV, connect with him via Twitter and LinkedIn, or send an email to email@example.com
|Tree Canopy Change in Coastal Los Angeles, 2009 - 2014||
Nov 16, 2017
Article published in Cities and the Environment.
|The Legacy Effect: Understanding How Segregation and Environmental Injustice Unfold over Time in Baltimore||
Oct 16, 2017
Article published in Annals of the American Association of Geographers.
|Ecological homogenization of residential macrosystems||
Jun 22, 2017
Article published in Nature: Ecology & Evolution.