Dr. Diane M Debinski

Professor
Chair, EEB Program
People
Diane Debinski

I pursue research and teaching in the fields of conservation biology, landscape ecology, and restoration ecology.  Areas of research include biodiversity assessment with remote sensing and GIS applications, spatial analysis, metapopulation dynamics, habitat fragmentation, population viability assessment, genetics of small populations, climate change, and grassland restoration.  I also conduct research and help implement new programs related to recruitment and retention of women and minorities in science and engineering.

Area of Expertise: 
Conservation Biology
Education: 
B.A., Biology, Environmental Studies, University of Maryland, 1984
M.S., Resource Policy, Economics and Mgmt., University of Michigan, 1986
Ph.D., Biology, Montana State University, 1991
Contact
+1 515 294 2460
251 Bessey
Ames
IA
50011-1020