Anna Yue Yu
My goal as a conservation researcher is to take interdisciplinary, solution-based approaches to inform human-wildlife coexistence on complex, shared landscapes. My dissertation research will focus on the conservation of large predators, particularly snow leopards, in the Sanjiangyuan region of China. I seek to utilize and integrate methods from wildlife ecology, social sciences, and geospatial modeling to guide community-based conservation practices. My research will contribute to the broader discussion on sustainable and equitable human-nature relationships through the lens of the unique socio-ecological system on the Tibetan Plateau.
M.E.M., Ecosystem Management and Conservation; Yale University (2022)
B.A., Environmental Computation; Colby College (2019)