Maggie for her research on drought impacts on wildlife in Kruger National Park and Renata for her urban forestry research. Of 2000 awards nationally this year, Renata and Maggie were among 18 fellowships awarded to Duke students. Announcement here.
Maggie Swift: “An analysis of an African savanna community’s resilience to changing climate, water distribution, and management practices.”
Renata Poulton Kamakura: “Tree species growth and diversity in city forests and the implications for urban biodiversity conservation“