About Md Anwar Hossain
I develop state-of-the-art models to advance applied and theoretical methods for ecology and environmental management. My research encompases a wide range of topics from big data analysis at both local and global scales to field and laboratory experiments on vertebrates and invertebrates in marine, freshwater, and terrestrial ecosystems. I am particularly interested in understanding how organisms respond to changing climates and how their responses vary with time and space. I work at the interface of data science, climate change, macroecology, spatial modeling, uncertainty, and quantitative risk assessment to inform and guide the best scientific and management decision-making processes.
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A warm welcome to WildHub Anwar; it's great to have you join us! Congratulations on successfully completing your PhD also! Which research finding are you most excited about and are you willing to share with us here?
Thanks Thirza. I, in collaboration with my PhD supervisors, developed a database of Australian grasshoppers based on 54-years field survey in continental Australia. The article is available here. We wrote a blog post that summarizes our virtual travel through Google Earth to find historic field survey sites.