De Angeli*, K. I., Abbasi*, E., Gan*, A., Ingram, D., Giam, X., & Chang, C. H. (2021). Modeling hunting and harvesting interactions between plants and their seed dispersers. Ecological Modelling, 439, 109328.
* denotes undergraduate authors
Chang, C. H., Williams, S. J., Quan, R.-C., Zhang, M., Levin, S. A., & Wilcove, D. S. (2019). Perceived entertainment and recreational value motivate illegal hunting in Southwest China. Biological Conservation, 234, 100–106.
Chang, C. H., Cruyff, M. J., & Giam, X. (2018). Examining conservation compliance with randomized response technique analyses. Conservation Biology, 32, 1448–1456.
Chang, C. H., & Drohan, S. E. (2018). Should I shoot or should I go? Simple rules for prey selection in multi-species hunting systems. Ecological Applications, 28, 1940–1947.
Chang, C. H., Karanth, K. K., & Robbins, P. (2018). Birds and beans: Comparing avian richness and endemism in arabica and robusta agroforests in India’s Western Ghats. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 3143.
Work in the Chang Lab has been covered by Forbes, Science Daily, Phys.org, the Smithsonian Magazine, India Today, and the New York Times.
- Ph.D. Princeton University
- Master of Philosophy University of Cambridge
- Bachelor of Arts Pomona College
Awards & Honors
Awards & Honors
- David H. Smith Conservation Research Fellow
- National Science Foundation National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) Postdoctoral Fellow
- IUCN Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund Research Grant
- NSF GROW with USAID research fellowship
- Fulbright Fellowship