Julia Pilowsky is a Chilean-American quantitative ecologist who has conducted research in South Africa, Kenya, Denmark, Australia, and the United States.
She is currently in a joint PhD program funded by the Australian Research Council. Her research is about building models to understand the spatial dynamics of North American megafauna since the Ice Age. The study will advance the fields of conservation biogeography and process-explicit ecological modeling.
MSc in Biology, 2017
BA in Ecology, Evolution, and Environmental Biology, 2012
paleopop is an extension to poems, a process-explicit, pattern-oriented framework for modeling population dynamics, adding paleo regions and time scales.