Dr Dan Flynn
Dr. Flynn offers expertise on climate change biology, complex systems analysis and sustainability science. He has worked at research sites around the world to analyze at how the traits of plants and species loss affect communities and ecosystems, and how that knowledge can be applied to solve the problems of biodiversity loss and global change. He is currently working at The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University and has also been collaborating in several long-term experiments with local institutes in the Tibetan Plateau of western China and Switzerland mimicking climate change scenarios to see how plants react. You can read more about Dan and all of the cool projects that has and is taking part in beyond MicraCulture here.