Cristina Eisenberg

Eisenberg holds a doctorate in Forestry and Wildlife from Oregon State University and studied the ecological effects of wolves in the Crown of the Continent since 2006. She is a Smithsonian Research Associate, an Earthwatch Institute scientist, a Boone and Crocket Club Professional Member, and an Aldo Leopold scholar. Her previous book, The Wolf’s Tooth: Trophic Cascades and Biodiversity was published by Island Press in April 2010. She also serves as the nonfiction editor for Whitefish Review and is currently working on her third book, Taking the Heat: Wildlife, Food Webs, and Extinction in a Warming World

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