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Global Land Use Change and Biodiversity Loss

Laura Kehoe is a doctoral researcher at the Biogeography and Conservation Biology lab in the Geography Department at Humboldt-University Berlin. Her research interests include land use effects on biodiversity across a range of taxa, studying alternative development pathways across future land use scenarios and investigating the root causes of biodiversity loss, such as over-consumption and population growth. Her doctoral project is affiliated with the Global Land Project and funded by the Einstein Foundation.
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Global Land Use Change and its influence on Biodiversity Loss

Laura Kehoe is a former doctoral researcher at the Biogeography and Conservation Biology lab in the Geography Department at Humboldt-University Berlin. Her research interests include land use effects on biodiversity across a range of taxa, studying alternative development pathways across future land use scenarios and investigating the root causes of biodiversity loss, such as over-consumption and population growth. Her doctoral project is affiliated with the Global Land Project and funded by the Einstein Foundation. She completed the Graduate Program. The Date of defence was November 2016.

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