Diane Pavek, Ph.D.

Threatened & Endangered Species
Urban Ecology Research Learning Alliance (UERLA) Research Coordinator

Diane Pavek received a Ph.D. (1995) degree in Botany from the University of Montana. She has a B.S. (1982) degree in Zoology and Botany and a M.S. (1989) degree in Botany from Idaho State University. Diane coordinates and administers research projects and assists researchers to address the natural resource needs of the parks within the National Capital Region (NCR). Based at the Center for Urban Ecology (CUE), she is responsible for the regional oversight of protecting threatened and endangered species, vegetation mapping plant communities, reviewing experimental designs and analysis, and responding to plant biology and other taxa questions.








Diane Pavek
Research Coordinator
National Park Service
Center for Urban Ecology
4598 MacArthur Blvd NW
Washington, DC 20007

(202) 339-8309