Robert Pringle

Ecology, biodiversity and ecosystem rehabilitation
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology.
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Robert Pringle, an international expert in ecology and conservation, is a professor of ecology and evolutionary biology at Princeton University. Pringle’s research addresses a broad range of questions related to ecological interactions, food webs, biological communities and patterns of biodiversity to understand how wild ecosystems operate. Working primarily in African savannahs and on small Caribbean islands, Pringle and his team seek to better recognize ecological patterns and processes in wild ecosystems to inform the ways in which they can be fixed when broken.

On Twitter: @rob_pringle