Professor in Conservation Ecology, University of Stirling

My research interests are broadly concerned with the effects of anthropogenic change on biodiversity and how to manage this. I focus primarily on animal ecology and conservation in heavily managed environments such as agricultural and urban landscapes and forestry.

I am the co-ordinator of the Conservation Biology & Management degree and a number conservation-related modules (undergraduate and Masters level), I also teach on an undergraduate field course in France, on vertebrate diversity and a course on advanced analytical techniques.

Experience

  • –present
    Professor in Conservation Ecology, University of Stirling