Andrew Davies

Andrew Davies

Assistant Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology
Andrew Davies

Research Interests

Andrew Davies' research examines how animals interact with the environment and each other to affect ecosystem processes at landscape scales.

Related Publications

  • Brodrick, PG, Davies, AB & Asner, GP (2019) Uncovering ecological patterns with convolutional neural networks. Trends in Ecology and Evolution in press.
  • Davies, AB & Asner, GP (2019) Elephants limit aboveground carbon gains in African savannas. Global Change Biology 25, 1368-1382.
  • Davies, AB, Oram, F, Ancrenaz, M & Asner, GP (2019) Combining behavioural and LiDAR data to reveal relationships between canopy structure and orangutan nest site selection in disturbed forests. Biological Conservation 232, 97-107.
  • Schmitz, OJ, Wilmers, CC, Leroux, SJ, Doughty, CE, Atwood, TB, Galetti, M, Davies, AB, Goetz, SJ (2018) Animals and the zoogeochemistry of the carbon cycle. Science 362, eaar3213.
  • Leitner, M, Davies, AB, Parr, CL, Eggleton, P & Robertson, MP (2018) Woody encroachment slows decomposition and termite activity in an African savanna. Global Change Biology 24, 2597-2606.

Environmental Courses

Affiliations

Harvard University Herbaria

Faculty Department

Organismic and Evolutionary Biology

Assistant

Tracy Barbaro 617-496-1531

Contact Information

Harvard University Herbaria, 22 Divinity Ave., Cambridge

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