Adia Sovie, Ph.D.
I am a wildlife ecologist interested in global change and species relationships. I combine quantitative ecology, field experiments, and remote sensed data to answer questions about how changing landscapes alter biodiversity. My research ranges from modeling how invasive Burmese pythons in the Everglades alter mammal communities to how owl in the Grand Canyon respond to climate change. With the ECL I am looking at how recolonizing mammals alter trophic interactions in Singapore and developing novel uses for camera trapping data
I received my MSc & Ph.D. from The University of Florida's Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation.
If our interests overlap and you are interested in collaborating or you have questions, please reach out! email@example.com
Contributing author on ECL publications
Amir, Sovie, & Luskin (2022). Inferring predator–prey interactions from camera traps: A Bayesian co-abundance modeling approach. Ecology & Evolution, 12, e9627. [link]
Lamperty, with Amir, Mendes, Png, Sovie et al w/ Luskin (2023). Rewilding in Southeast Asia: Singapore as a case study. Conservation Science & Practice e12899: 1-11 [link]
Hendry, Amir, Decoeur, Mendes, Moore, Sovie & Luskin (2023). Marbled cats in Southeast Asia; Are diurnal and semi-arboreal felids at greater risk from human disturbances? Ecosphere 14(1): e4338. [link]
Dehaudt, Amir, Decoeur, Gibson, Mendes, Moore, Nursamsi, Sovie, & Luskin (2022). Common palm civets (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus) are positively associated with humans and forest degradation with implications for seed dispersal and zoonotic diseases. J of Animal Ecology 91: 794-804. [link]
Dunn, Amir, Decoeur, Mendes, Moore, Sovie & Luskin (2022). The ecology of the banded civet (Hemigalus derbyanus) in Southeast Asia with implications for mesopredator release, zoonotic diseases, and conservation. Ecology & Evolution 12, e8852-e8861.[link]