Mao-Ning Tuanmu

Postdoctoral Associate

Address: 165 Prospect St., Room 405, New Haven, CT 06520
Phone: 203-432-1597

My research interests are oriented towards spatial patterns and temporal dynamics of species distribution and biological diversity, and their underlying processes and drivers.  In particular, I am interested in how ecologically relevant information can be extracted from remotely sensed data and how the information can help us better understand biodiversity patterns and be used for guiding biodiversity conservation.

Please see my personal website.

Area of Interest

Remote sensing, spatial ecology, biogeography, conservation biology, global change


Ph.D. Fisheries and Wildlife. Michigan State University, U.S.A. 2012

Dissertation: Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Giant Panda Habitat: Implications for Panda Conservation under a Changing Environment

M.S. Zoology. National Taiwan University, Taiwan. 2001

Thesis: Habitat Use of Crab-eating Mongoose (Herpestes urva) in Fushan Experimental Forest

B.S. Zoology. National Taiwan University, Taiwan. 1998