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Evolutionary Ecology Group

 

Our group works on understanding how animals (including humans) are adapted to their environment. Using population genetics, we reconstruct how species have responded to changes in their environment through time. Using behavioural data, we study the decisions animals make during their lifetime on how to use their habitat.

Current research topics include:

  • Individual difference and collective behaviour
  • Reconstructing the demographic history of metapopulations
  • Shark ecology
  • Dispersal in heterogeneous habitats
  • Population genetics and ancient DNA

Key Publications

 

Full list of publications

 

Contact Details

Group Leader

Dr Andrea Manica

am315@cam.ac.uk

Department of Zoology
University of Cambridge
Downing St
Cambridge
CB2 3EJ

01223  (3)33627

Group Members