Sustainability Scientist named Ecological Society of America 2019 Fellow

Portrait of Jianguo WuSenior Sustainability Scientist Jianguo Wu, a professor at Arizona State University in the School of Sustainability and School of Life Sciences, was elected an Ecological Society of America (ESA) 2019 Fellow. According to ESA’s announcement, Wu’s most notable work is in “landscape ecology, urban ecology, and sustainability science, particularly in the areas of hierarchical patch dynamics, spatial scaling, habitat fragmentation and biodiversity, ecological impacts of urbanization, and landscape sustainability.” Wu regularly teaches ASU classes about landscape ecology and sustainability science. He has written at least 14 books and 295 research papers. Among his many activities and accolades, Wu has been the editor-in-chief for the journal Landscape Ecology since 2005. He is also an affiliated faculty of the Center for Biodiversity Outcomes at ASU. ESA started its fellowship program in 2012 to recognize outstanding contributions from its more than 9,000 members. Founded in 1915, ESA is the most expansive community of professional ecologists in the world and is “committed to advancing the understanding of life on Earth.”