Marion Adeney is a conservation ecologist with a broad interdisciplinary background, committed to working at the intersection of environmental conservation, science and development, with a focus on the Amazon region. As a member of the foundation’s Andes-Amazon Initiative, Marion focuses on conservation and monitoring of protected areas and indigenous lands in the Brazilian Amazon, as well as application of science and geospatial analysis to conservation. Marion has a Ph.D. in conservation ecology from Duke University and a Master of Arts in ecology, evolution and conservation biology from Columbia University.
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