I teach and lead a research group in the Department of Plant Sciences at the University of Cambridge and am affiliated with the Cambridge Conservation Initiative.
My interests lie in predicting how ecosystems assemble and deliver benefits to humans in terms of water, food, carbon storage, and biodiversity. In my research, we use theoretical models, experiments, and long-term observations across all scales of organization from genes to communities to address questions in evolutionary biology, ecology, and conservation.
Learn about our work at www.ecosystemchange.com
@ecochangegroup on Twitter and Instagram
Follow my research blog at ecologyatgingko.wordpress.com