Ariel is currently a master's student at ETH Zurich in Environmental Science majoring in Ecology and Evolution. She did her BSc at Concordia University, Montreal. After which she worked as a research assistant for 2 years focusing on road ecology and landscape ecology. Her main research interests include landscape ecology, specifically landscape connectivity and fragmentations, conservation ecology, community ecology, and road ecology.
MSc student in Environmental Science, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Concordia University Montreal, BSc Environmental Geography
Spanowicz, A.G., Teixeira, F.Z. and Jaeger, J.A.G., An adaptive plan for prioritizing road sections for fencing to reduce animal mortality. Conservation Biology, 34: 1210-1220. doi:10.1111/cobi.13502,
Spanowicz, A.G., Jaeger, J.A.G. Measuring landscape connectivity: On the importance of within-patch connectivity. Landscape Ecol 34, 2261–2278. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10980-019-00881-0,