F. Huettmann is a Full Professor (tenured) for Wildlife Ecology at the Institute of Arctic Biology, Biology and Wildlife Department with the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF). He is a Research Ambassador for the German Federal Exchange Service (DAAD), and has received several awards and scholarships, including a Killam PostDoc in Canada and a Schuman Scholarship with the EU Parliament. His research interest is in biodiversity, diseases, geographic information systems (GIS), documented in-time field research workflows for online portals and policy, machine learning/artificial intelligence, inference from predictions, open access data sharing and global sustainability. Falk works worldwide, on land, at sea and the atmosphere. His research is done at over 60 locations including the three poles (Arctic, Antarctic and the Hindu Kush-Himalayas), Papua New Guinea, Central America, China, Africa, the Pacific and the Atlantic. He is frequently invited as a guest lecturer and for workshops. He is also active as a reviewer and ad-hoc editor for many research publication outlets advising agencies, researchers projects and the public at-large on various conservation-related topics.
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