Robin Chazdon is a professor of Ecology at the University of Connecticut, USA (currently on leave). Her long-term collaborative research focuses on sucessional pathways, vegetation dynamics, and funcional ecology of trees in tropical forests. She is the Executive Director of the Assossiation for Tropical Biology and Conservation and the Director of the People and Reforestation in the Tropics Coordination Network. She is actively involved in implementation of forest restoration policies in Brazil. She is an autor of over 130 peer-reviewed scientific articles and co-editor of two books. Her sole-authored book "Second growth: The promise of tropical forest regeneration in an age of deforestation" was published in 2014 and will soon be resleased in a portuguese translation.
Predicting landscape-scale biodiversity recovery by natural tropical forest regrowth
2020 in retrospective
Restoring Farmland Could Drastically Slow Extinctions, Fight Climate Change
Rewild to mitigate the climate crisis, urge leading scientists
Nature: Global priority areas for ecosystem restoration