Lecturer In Large Wildlife Ecology, Rhodes University

The main focus of my research is mammalian terrestrial ecology and since my research career began in 2000 I have managed to develop a sound theoretical grounding in ecology by incorporating a diverse range of ecological skills and techniques into my research. Although my formative research focused on the plant-animal interactions of megaherbivores (i.e. giraffes and elephants) in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, I am also particularly interested in large carnivore biology.

My research experience is not limited to one particular environment; ecosystem or animal group (see below) and I feel that this provides me with a broad and diverse base of expertise

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer of large wildlife ecology, Rhodes University

Grants and Contracts

  • 2014
    Role:
    Lecturer In Large Wildlife Ecology
    Funding Source:
    National Research Foundation