Associate Professor, McGill University

Chris Buddle is an Associate Professor of Insect Ecology at McGill University, where he was worked for over 11 years. Chris teaches entomology, ecology, and field biology. His research program is focused on the community ecology and biodiversity of terrestrial arthropods, with a particular focus on Arctic ecosystems. Chris is active in science communication, and is passionate about sharing interesting scientific discoveries, especially when those discoveries are about the smaller, segmented creatures of the world.

Experience

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    Associate Professor, McGill University