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Adina M. Merenlender

Cooperative Extension Specialist; Adjunct Professor
ANR Hopland Research & Extension Center
4070 University Road
Hopland, CA 95449-9717
(707) 744-1424 Ext. 106
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ESPM - Ecosystem Sciences
Environmental Science, Policy and Management (ESPM)
California Naturalist Program



Adina Merenlender is a Cooperative Extension Specialist at University of California, Berkeley (Environmental Science, Policy and Management Department) and is an internationally recognized conservation biologist working on environmental problem solving at the landscape-scale.  She has published over 70 scientific research articles focused on underlying relationships between land use and biodiversity and co-authored the only comprehensive book on wildlife corridor planning “Corridor Ecology: The science and practice of linking landscapes for biodiversity conservation.”  Over the past fifteen years she has trained graduate students as well as worked with decision-makers to couple conservation and land use planning using spatially-explicit decision-support systems.


conservation biology, land use planning, watershed science, habitat connectivity

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