I am a member of the Forest Ecology and Conservation research group based at the Silwood Park campus. I am currently working with deforestation models simulating forest fragmentation patterns and development as part of the European Research Council funded 'Terragen' project in a team led by Robert Ewers. On this project the team is building models to describe how historical fragmentation development influences the composition and diversity of different species. We are currently directing efforts to the humid tropics.
I also teach GIS applications on the MSc Taxonomy and Biodiversity course run jointly by the Natural History Museum and Imperial College introducing students to Geographical Information Science (GIS) and habitat models.
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