Karl Flessa
Professor, Department of Geosciences
PhD, Brown University, 1972

Karl Flessa's research interests include conservation biology, historical ecology and invertebrate paleobiology. His current research focuses on the policy and effects of transboundary environmental flows, the environmental consequences of water diversions on the Colorado River Delta, restoration of wetland and estuarine habitats, transboundary ecosystem services and how geohistorical records can be utilized in conservation biology.

Research Themes: 
Borderlands
Conservation policy
Land use change
Water resource management
Borderlands
Conservation biology
Ecohydrology
Ecosystem restoration
Ecosystem services
Land use change
Landscape restoration
Marine ecology
Riparian ecology
Science Engagement
Communications
Connecting science and decision making
Water
Borderlands
Ecohydrology
Hydrology
Water conflicts
Water law and policy
Water resource management
Watershed hydrology

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