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Current Team

Our team of dedicated post-graduates and post-docs lead by senior lecturer Dr Regan Early are working with global partners to further develop our understanding of species distributions, how these are changing and what impacts this has for us and the natural world. Browse our team's research themes below and visit their pages to find out more about their work.

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I lead the undergraduate field course to the Yukon Territory and Alaska. I also teach the level 2 module Trends in Ecology and Evolution, and co-teach the level 3 module ‘Science and Society’.

Dr Hannah Wauchope

Research Fellow

I’m studying the effects of warming on species in the past to improve understanding of range shifts and help to draw generalisations about how other species will move in the future.

Dr Rachel Kehoe

Research Assistant

I am a community ecologist, developing experimental and modelling systems to understand how species interactions shape community functions.

Jamie Cranston

PhD Student

My PhD aims to evaluate the threat posed by natural colonists, using data from the national biodiversity network and a range of modelling approaches.

Margaret Bolton

PhD Student

I am interested in our limited understanding of how the strength of interactions systematically vary across environments, and to what extent they can alter species ranges.

Shari Mang

PhD Student

My PhD focuses on the Rungan, an unstudied mosaic forest in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia (Borneo) that contains the largest remaining unprotected orangutan population.

Dr Julian Donald

Research Associate

I am interested in how complex communities of organisms are able to assemble, coexist and function, and what the consequences are when these communities are disturbed.

Iona Selman

Undergraduate Intern

I am currently investigating how biotic interactions between plants and their fungal or bacterial endosymbionts vary under different environmental conditions.

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