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James Holland Jones, Woods Institute for the Environment and Stanford Earth System Science. Distortions and Anomalies: Understanding How the Biophysical Environment has Shaped Human Preferences

February 14, 2020 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm
Boat Works Lecture Hall, Hopkins Marine Station

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

“Distortions and Anomalies: Understanding How the Biophysical Environment Has Shaped Human Preferences”

 

Jamie is a brilliant biological anthropologist with a wide range of research interests spanning from human ecology, demography and life history theory, and the ecology and evolutionary biology of infectious disease.  His work is at the intersection of disease ecology, the analysis of dynamical systems, and social network analysis and combines the formalisms of population biology, statistics, and social network analysis to address fundamental problems in biodemography, epidemiology, and human decision-making in variable environments.

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Hopkins Marine Station

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