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Research interests

I am a population ecologist interested in how species respond to human disturbance and changes in their environment. I use large datasets and a broad range of quantitative tools to understand how populations will respond to a changing world.

In my current postdoc position in CPop at SDU, I am using abundance records across the terrestrial vertebrates to investigate how climate change influences population dynamics on a global scale.

My PhD work at the University of Sheffield was focused on understanding the population dynamics of semi-captive Asian elephants in Myanmar in relation to human disturbance (wild-capture) and the climate.

 

Education/Academic qualification

Population Ecology, PhD, The University of Sheffield

26. Sep 201516. Aug 2019

Award Date: 18. Feb 2020

Environmental Ecology, MPhil, University of Manchester

Award Date: 1. Sep 2015

Zoology, BSc, University of Manchester

Award Date: 20. Jun 2014

Research areas

  • Population biology
  • Animals
  • Conservation
  • Climatic changes

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