Conservation macroecology asks large-scale ecological questions to solve conservation challenges. I research spatial ecology on land and sea, and the spaces in between, using 'coordinated distributed experiments' across western Canada. I ask how the changes we make to landscapes affect wildlife species' ability to persist and thrive, and to co-exist with one another. My omnipresent goal is to conserve wild species and their habitats, and I use my research to help governments and agencies find effective ways to accomplish that. I work with a diverse team of scientists and students; together we are the CONMAC Lab.