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Ann Kinzig is an expert in ecology, ecosystem services, sustainability and conservation biology. Her research focuses on how humans shape and influence their natural environments, and the resilience of natural resource systems affected.

Kinzig is a professor in the School of Life Sciences.

She was the first Roger Revelle Fellow in Global Stewardship where she served in the Office of Science and Technology Policy during the Clinton administration.

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Some view nature as fragile, easily upset by human activity and in need of protection. Others view nature as extremely robust and nearly endless in its capacity to continue to supply needed resources in the face of heavy human exploitation. Still others have more nuanced viewpoints or inconsistent perceptions.

— Ann Kinzig, Science Daily