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Erika Hasle

Conservation Ecologist

Keller Science Action Center
Environmental Conservation

Erika Hasle is a Conservation Ecologist for the Field Museum's Keller Science Action Center.  After earning a B.S. from Roger Williams University and a M. S. in Terrestrial Ecosystems from the University of Michigan, she has focused her work with The Field Museum on supporting the Action Center's conservation and Geographic Information Systems work in the Chicago Region.  Recent projects include using GIS to support habitat stewardship, in the Kankakee Sands Ecoregion, conservation planning for monarch butterflies in urban areas.

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University of Michigan, Masters of Science in Terrestrial Ecosystems

School of Natural Resources and Environment

Ann Arbor, MI May 2009

Roger Williams University, Bachelor of Science in Biology 

Bristol, RI May 2005


More about Keller Science Action Center work in Pembroke.

More about Keller Science Action Center work on urban monarch butterflies.