Chris Marx graduated from Cornell University with a BS in Natural Resources in 2006. Chris is interested in GIS and its use in a broad range of ecological applications, including plant and animal dispersal and agroforestry.
After graduating from Cornell University, he spent the summer and fall working on bluebird research at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. His previous research experience includes studying Wild Ginseng population dynamics at the Cornell Research Forest and conducting biological surveys for the Maine Conservation School.
Chris was supported on the NSF LTREB grant on western bluebirds.
Chris joined the citizen science staff at Cornell Lab of Ornithology in spring 2007 as a GIS specialist and application developer for citizen science.