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Department of Zoology



2022-2024 Research Associate, University of Cambridge, UK

2021-2022 Ecological Consultant and Visiting Researcher, University of Cambridge, UK

2017-2021 Postdoctoral Researcher, Tour du Valat, France

2012-2016 PhD Ecology, University of Leeds, UK


- Wetlands

- Invasive alien species

- Evidence-based conservation


Key publications: 

Cuthbert RN, Pattison Z, Taylor NG, Verbrugge L, Diagne C, Ahmed DA, Leroy B, Angulo E, Briski E, Capinha C, Catford JA, Dalu T, Essl F, Gozlan RE, Haubrock PJ, Kourantidou M, Kramer AM, Renault D, Wasserman RJ & Courchamp F (2021) Global economic costs of aquatic invasive alien species. Science of the Total Environment, 775, 145238

Taylor NG, Grillas P, Al Hreisha H, Balkız Ö, Borie M, Boutron O, Catita A, Champagnon J, Cherif S, Çiçek K, Costa LT, Dakki M, Fois M, Galewski T, Galli A, Georgiadis NM, Green AJ, Hermoso V, Kapedani R, Lange MA, Mateljak Z, Osta M, Papastergiadou E, Papazoglou C, Sabater S, Samraoui B, Samraoui F, Si Bachir A, Tankovic E, Thévenet M, Troya A & Sutherland WJ (2021) The future for Mediterranean wetlands: 50 key issues and 50 important conservation research questions. Regional Environmental Change, 21, Article 33.

Taylor NG, Grillas P, Smith RK & Sutherland WJ (2021) Marsh and Swamp Conservation: Global Evidence for the Effects of Interventions to Conserve Marsh and Swamp Vegetation. Conservation Evidence Series Synopses. University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK.

Taylor NG, Grillas P & Sutherland WJ (2018) Peatland Conservation: Global Evidence for the Effects of Interventions to Conserve Peatland Vegetation. Synopses of Conservation Evidence Series. University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

Taylor NG & Dunn AM (2018) Predatory impacts of alien decapod Crustacea are predicted by functional responses and explained by differences in metabolic rate. Biological Invasions, 20, 2821–2837

Taylor NG & Dunn AM (2017) Size matters: predation of fish eggs and larvae by native and invasive amphipods. Biological Invasions, 19, 89–107