Caitlin Mandeville

Screenshot from 2020-02-14 22-15-35I’m a PhD student at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, where I research conservation applications of citizen science biodiversity data, with an emphasis on managing the impact of environmental change on species distributions and interactions. Before coming to NTNU I completed my bachelors degree at the University of Wisconsin, conducted freshwater ecology research for my masters degree at the University of Wyoming, and worked as a citizen science coordinator with New Hampshire Sea Grant. I love collaborative science, and I think that working with students, community members, and all kinds of collaborators is one of the best parts of being a researcher.

Outside of work you’ll find me exploring the outdoors through trail running, skiing, and working on my less-than-optimal birding skills. You can learn more about my research here.

Click below to read selected works from Caitlin on Ecology for the Masses.

A Secret Ecosystem Under the Snow: The Winter World of the Subnivium

Thoughts on ESA2019: Inclusion, Biodiversity Data, and Twitter

Supermarket Science: How Consumer Choices Could Affect Ocean Biodiversity

Follow Caitlin on Twitter @cp_mandeville.