Thank you for visiting my website. I am a physical geographer and interdisciplinary scientist with interests in the influence of climate and human activity on the abundance and distribution of natural resources. My research is applied in nature, and involves collaboration with ecologists, agronomists, anthropologists, climatologists, land change scientists and engineers as well as users of climate information. My goal is to leverage climate science and technology to develop and share resources that help land managers and policy makers reduce climate risk by making more informed, environmentally-conscious decisions. Originally from Mauritius, I have lived and worked in Australia, the UK, Malawi, Botswana, the Southeast US, Mauritius and now Haiti, interacting with academics, extension agents, producers, conservationists and other environmental professionals as partners and colleagues.
I am a graduate of Curtin University (Australia) (2005), and hold advance degrees (M.S. (2011) and Ph.D. (2015)) from the University of Florida.
IFAS Global | University of Florida
Animal Sciences Department
Room 125 C
Gainesville, Florida 32611
Phone: 352-273-3460 | Skype: caro.staub