Tyson Wepprich

About Tyson Wepprich

Tyson Wepprich is a PhD student at North Carolina State University. He researches insect responses to climate warming and conservation strategies resilient to global changes. After growing up in St. Charles, Missouri, Tyson came to North Carolina to go to Duke University. Before starting graduate school, he taught science in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, his favorite place in the Eastern US.

Issues in Ecology series: connectivity

2016-10-14T10:11:13+00:00 October 22nd, 2012|

The Ecological Society of America released the sixteenth installment of their Issues in Ecology series, which focuses on using landscape connectivity in conservation planning. In these papers, experts summarize an area of ecological research for [...]

Connecting habitat to promote range shifts

2016-10-14T10:11:17+00:00 September 5th, 2012|

Figure 2 from Hodgson et al (2011) Originally, scientists promoted corridors as a way to increase the persistence of populations isolated in habitat fragments. Researchers are now asking if the corridor strategy is the [...]