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Department of Zoology


I am a quantitative ecologist with an interest in integrating remote sensing and field-based data collection techniques to examine ecosystem functioning. My current research focuses on land-use scenario modelling to identify management regimes and interventions to meet human and biodiversity needs. I also have an interest in tropical forest functioning, in particular the role that lianas play in tropical forest recovery pathways and carbon storage. In this area, I am working on developing dynamic global vegetation models to include liana data in order to investigate global carbon storage and forest recovery from climate and human disturbance.

Research Associate

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