John Mola, Ph.D.

Research Ecologist
Fort Collins Science Center, USGS

John Mola (he/him/his) is a Mendenhall Fellow at the Fort Collins Science Center. John received his PhD in Ecology from University of California Davis in 2019. His research focuses on pollinator and pollination ecology, using tools from landscape ecology and conservation genetics. His work at USGS is concerned with the conservation of the federally-listed Rusty Patched Bumble Bee (Bombus affinis). John is also interested in fire ecology, movement ecology, and plant-insect interactions, generally. His favorite bee is a frisbee.


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