"Finally we may hope for a limited reversal of this process [of extinction] when man becomes aware of the value of diversity no less in an economic than in an esthetic and scientific sense."
-G. Evelyn Hutchinson, Homage to Santa Rosalia or Why Are There So Many Kinds of Animals?, 1959
Welcome to the Center for Biodiversity and Sustainability
At the Center for Biodiversity and Sustainability at George Mason University our research primarily focuses on the application of ecological science to conservation policy, but we also venture into the fields of ecology and biogeography from time to time. To learn more about the current members of the center and their research, please click on the above tabs. If you are interested in joining my research group, please read the prospective students page and email me directly at tlovejoy (at) gmu (dot) edu.