Lecturer in Biology, Teesside University

Ambroise Baker is a lecturer in biology at Teesside University. His work focuses on how biodiversity and ecosystems respond to environmental change. Answering this question is critical to developing evidence-based policies to protect biodiversity, the environment and ecosystem services in the current context of global change. New evidences in his research chiefly come directly from field studies in the natural environment such as vegetation surveys and from palaeoecological investigations using biological proxies such as fossil pollen, fungal spore, macrofossil and phytolith.

Experience

  • –present
    Lecturer in Biology, Teesside University