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Ecologist Mark Anderson Joins Board

mark-andersonMark Anderson has joined the Northeast Wilderness Trust’s Board of Directors. Mark is Director of Conservation Science for The Nature Conservancy’s eastern U.S. region. Mark provides science leadership, ecological analysis, and landscape assessment tools for conservation efforts across eighteen states. He holds a Ph.D. in Ecology from University of New Hampshire and has worked as an ecologist for over 28 years. In addition to leading regional-scale ecological assessments, Mark has published widely on biodiversity conservation, forest dynamics, and climate change resilience, and was a co-author of the National Vegetation Classification. His current research interests include ecological resilience, disturbance processes, geophysical landscape properties, and seafloor mapping. Mark’s deep ecological knowledge will be a true asset to the Wilderness Trust, and we’re very happy to welcome him to the board.

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