PhD Research Student, University of Stirling

My research interests are broad and centre on the emerging conservation problems of the anthropocene, where human dominance can be observed in almost every ecosystem and process.

I am interested in using realistic, quantitative approaches to understand ecological processes and the way they are changing. I currently research the effects of climate change on the phenology of under-studied tropical forests in central Africa but have research experience in small-scale artisanal fisheries, wildlife-trade and ecosystem restoration.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Research Student, University of Stirling

Education

  • 2013 
    Imperial College London, MSc Conservation Science
  • 2010 
    Oxford University, BA (hons) Biological Sciences

Publications

  • 2016
    Mosquito net use in an artisanal East African fishery, Conservation Letters
  • 2014
    Global trade in exotic pets 2006 - 2012, Conservation Biology
  • 2012
    Woodland recovery after suppression of deer: cascade effects for small mammals, wood mice (Apodemus sylvaticus) and bank voles (Myodes glareolus), PloS One