I am a Wildlife Ecologist with a passion for understanding coupled human-environment systems and using this information to develop holistic, sustainable conservation initiatives. I specialize in applied, interdisciplinary research. In recent years, I have focused my research on introduced mammals in Florida, with an emphasis on the population growth, environmental impacts, and human health threats of introduced rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta). I have previously conducted research in conservation economics. Please peruse the tabs if you are interested in my research, teaching experience, or publications. You can also follow me on Twitter @EcoJaneAnderson