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Assistant Professor, Geography, UNC-CH

Dr. Taillie’s research interests span the disciplines of wildlife ecology, environmental chemistry, hydrology, and conservation biology. Broadly, his work aims to better understand global change processes, such as rising sea level, invasive species, and altered disturbance regimes. He is most excited by applied questions and works closely with land managers and decision makers to connect science to action. In the Galapagos, Paul is working to understand the population dynamics of endemic rodents, as well as the threat from invasive species like black rats.

Research Projects

Native Galapagos wildlife responses to invasive species management and sea-level rise