Elizabeth Haber is a PhD candidate with the Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development. She studies the ecology of invasive plant species on islands. Over the next three years, Elizabeth will work with PhD candidate Jetske Vaas to provide tools and knowledge for making decisions regarding invasive species management. Elizabeth’s areas of expertise are botany, systematics, remote sensing, and spatial ecology. She obtained her MSc from the University of Michigan (2011) in the department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. Her thesis was entitled “A major radiation of the genus Croton (Euphorbiaceae) on Madagascar and neighboring islands.” After graduating with her MSc, Elizabeth worked for three years at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources researching invasive species ecology and policy.
Elizabeth Haber, along with her colleague Jetske Vaas, will be presenting on October 23rd, 2018. We will be updating our calendar with activity dates and times as we continue to coordinate our event. Stay tuned!