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John Berini

John Berini

  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology, Biology


John Berini is a landscape ecologist interested in how environmental change is influencing the behavior of large mammals. He is particularly interested in how landscape-level variation in the abiotic environment leads to spatially explicit differences in plant chemistry and the movement and feeding behaviors of the animals that depend on these plants. 

Education & Professional History

B.S., Conservation Biology, University of Minnesota

M.S., Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Michigan

Ph.D., Conservation Biology (Applied Ecology), University of Minnesota

Organizations & Scholarly Affiliations

International Association for Landscape Ecology

Ecological Society of America

American Society of Mammalogists

Personal Interests

Courses Taught This Year

  • BIOL 210: Global Change Biology (Winter 2021)
  • BIOL 224: Landscape Ecology (Fall 2021)
  • BIOL 225: Landscape Ecology Laboratory (Fall 2021)
  • BIOL 355: Seminar: The Plant-Animal Interface (Winter 2022)
Profile updated July 17, 2019

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