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Amy L. Seidl is an author, ecologist, and Research Scholar in the Environmental Studies Program at Middlebury College. Her research has focused on a broad range of ecological questions including plant/insect dynamics, butterfly ecology and evolution, and the effect of global warming on alpine communities. More recently her investigations in sustainability science have included farm-methane electricity generation and renewable energy generation in northern latitudes.

Amy is the author of Early Spring: An Ecologist and Her Children Wake to a Warming World (Beacon Press, 2009) and the forthcoming Moving to Higher Ground: Adaptation, Evolution, and Persistence in Uncertain Times (Beacon Press, 2011). Amy received a Doctorate in Biology from the University of Vermont, a Masters in Entomology from Colorado State University, and a Bachelor of Arts from Hampshire College.

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