Wendy Palen, Simon Fraser University, Canada (renewable energy  planning, amphibian ecology, hydropower)

Douglas Yu, Kunming Institute of Zoology, China and University of East Anglia (DNA biodiversity monitoring)

Zach Peery, University of Wisconsin, Madison (spotted owl occupancy in California)

Christopher Tonra, Ohio State University, Columbus (turtle eco-physiology)

Rick Sweitzer, The Great Basin Institute, Reno, Nevada (Pacific fisher demography)

Suzanne Prange, Ohio Department of Natural Resources (carnivore ecology)

David Patrick, The Nature Conservancy, New Hampshire (amphibian ecology)

Elizabeth Harper, Paul Smith’s College, New York (amphibian ecology)

Malcolm Hunter, University of Maine, Orono (amphibian ecology, forest ecology, conservation)

James Gibbs, State University of New York, Syracuse (amphibian ecology, conservation)

Bekka Brodie, Ohio Univesity, Athens (animal behavior, insect conservation)

Laurentiu Rozylowicz, University of Bucharest, Romania (conservation planning, large carnivores, reptile ecology and conservation)

Tibor Hartel, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania (conservation in traditional landscapes)

Dan Cogalniceanu, Ovidius University Constanta, Romania (reptile and amphibian ecology and conservation)

Federico Montesino-Pouzols, University of Helsinki (conservation planning)

Atte Moilanen, University of Helsinki (conservation planning)

Perry de Valpine, University of California, Berkeley (biostatistics)

Purnima Govindarajulu, British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Canada (invasive species, invasive species)

Josh Malt, British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources Operations (small hydropower, aquatic monitoring)

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