Aline Magdalena Lee
I am a Norwegian/American ecologist with a particular interest in combining theoretical modeling and empirical data analysis to improve our understanding of nature and how to preserve it. I strive to uncover the mechanisms behind patterns seen in natural populations. I have recently completed a three year Marie Curie IOF project studying effects of nonbreeders on population dynamics, carried out at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Aberdeen, Scotland.
My role in SUSTAIN
In SUSTAIN I am leading research on the effects of environmental stochasticity and trophic interactions in multi-species, harvested systems (WP2). This involves developing theoretical models to investigate effects of different types of harvesting strategies under different types of environmental stochasticity and interspecific interactions, applying such models to data, as well as more empirically based work focusing on system-specific questions.