Amanda D. Rodewald

Garvin Professor of Ornithology; Director of Conservation Science, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Natural Resources, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Contact Information

159 Sapsucker Woods Road
Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Ithaca, NY 14850
p: (607) 254-2176

Amanda D. Rodewald

Garvin Professor of Ornithology; Director of Conservation Science, Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Natural Resources, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Expertise
Conservation biology; population and community ecology; ecological restoration; wildlife management  

Current Research Interest
Population and community responses to global changes in land use, climate, invasive species, and disturbance regimes; socioecological dynamics and biodiversity conservation in temperate and tropical working landscapes; modified selective environments in urbanizing landscapes; forest conservation and restoration 

Distinction
American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow
American Ornithological Society Fellow
Partners in Flight Investigation Award

Selected Publications
Rodewald, Amanda D., Rudolf P. Rohr, Miguel A. Fortuna, and Jordi Bascompte. “Community-Level Demographic Consequences of Anthropogenic Disturbance:  An Ecological Network Approach.” Journal of Animal Ecology 83, no. 6 (2014).

Rodewald, Amanda. D., Daniel. P. Shustack, and Todd. M. Jones. “Dynamic Selective Environments and Evolutionary Traps in Human-Dominated Landscapes.”  Ecology 92 (2011): 1781-1788.

Cornell Research Website Article
Birds, Coffee, and Natural Ecosystems