Lacey Hughey, Ph.D.
Ecologist, Program Coordinator
Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara,B.A., University of California, BerkeleyContact Me
Lacey is an ecologist and program manager with fourteen years of experience leading research projects at the intersection of remote sensing and species conservation. She specializes in the application of animal tracking data to conserve migratory species on a changing planet and has managed research programs for the US National Park Service, University of California, and the Smithsonian Institution. Her work requires strong interdisciplinary collaborations and she enjoys finding connections between unconventional partners, especially artists and scientists.
2022. Increasing Anthropogenic Disturbance Restricts Wildebeest Movement Across East African Grazing Systems. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, . 2021. Effects of human-altered landscapes on a reintroduced ungulate: Patterns of habitat selection at the rangeland-wildland interface. Biological Conservation, .