Associate, Karen Dyson is a PhD candidate in the Urban Design and Planning program at University of Washington, and current researcher at the UW Urban Ecology Research Laboratory. She received her Masters from the School of Marine and Environmental Affairs at UW and a BS from the Department of Natural Resources at Cornell University (CALS).
Karen's research interests presently focus on the relationship between land management and ecosystem function in urban spaces. Her dissertation examines patterns in ecosystem function—primarily habitat provision, biodiversity, and decomposition—across different land management strategies on office developments in the Cities of Redmond and Bellevue.
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