We study the effects of human activity on where wildlife is found around the world.
Our research has encompassed plants, amphibians, mammals, birds, insects, fish, plants, and amphibians, and we’re always trying to expand this list. In some cases we use computer models to study hundreds of species across countries and continents, in other cases we study species in the field or we do experiments in the lab. Some of our research focuses in depth on species in areas like Wales and Cornwall, and other research examines the broader picture across the UK, Europe, North America, and the world.
Our main research themes are: