Maxim Larrivée, PhD
Founder & Director eButterfly Canada
Maxim is head of research and collections at the Insectarium Montréal (http://espacepourlavie.ca/en/insectarium). His research explores how global change impacts the distribution of butterflies. He has strong interests in biodiversity information management and macroecology of insects. He has spent the last 3 years developing eButterfly Canada.
Kathleen Prudic, PhD
Oregon State University
Founder & Director eButterfly USA
Kathleen is a research scientist in Zoology at Oregon State University. Her research discovers how ecological interactions have shaped the form, function, and distribution of butterflies. She has strong interests in plant-insect interactions, community ecology, and explaining why butterflies, of all insects, have complex and diverse wing patterns. She has spent the last 6 months developing eButterfly USA.
Jeremy Kerr, PhD
University of Ottawa
eButterfly PI and co-Founder
Jeremy is a professor in Biology at the University of Ottawa (http://www.macroecology.ca/). His intellectual contributions and research support were instrumental to the original development of eButterfly, which emerged from his Canada Global Change Transect (CGCT) project. CGCT is a long term research program testing for global change impacts on species distributions, timing, and conservation prospects that began as an Early Researcher Award. His research is used extensively to improve national conservation and land use policy.