Casey Visintin is trained as an architect, ecologist and wildlife conservationist. His research explores impacts of the built environment and human activities on ecological systems.
Casey develops quantitative models to perform risk assessment and support environmental decision-making. His work draws from several areas of expertise including species distribution modelling, infrastructure modelling, risk theory, data science, wildlife management and conservation planning.
In his current work, Casey models spatially and temporally explicit changes in population structures of threatened species to help guide environmental management efforts.