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Paul Galpern is an assistant professor in UCalgary's Faculty of Environmental Design, teaching landscape ecology and geographic information systems (GIS). He is a landscape ecologist who studies ecological questions at broad spatial extents and their applications to landscape planning and conservation. A major theme of his research is pollinator conservation and how landscape use and climate change affect wild pollinator status and pollination services in natural and agricultural landscapes, and how this may contribute to pollinator decline. A second major theme examines how the spatial structure of landscapes may influence the mobility of organisms (including insects, wildlife and people).
Paul is also an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Biological Sciences.