Understanding the role of environmental variability and climate is a critical part of investigating, mitigating, and preventing human health impacts. Environmental variability and climate impact the severity, transport, concentration, and dispersion of pathogens, biotoxins, and toxic chemicals. Environmental variability and climate can also impact the structure or composition of biological communities and interactions with other communities or ecosystem components.
Dr. Edward Miles, University of Washington
Key External Collaborators:
Dr. Nate Mantua , University of Washington