Within the marine science programme in BIOT, I focus on understanding how seabird behaviour responds to environmental and anthropogenic drivers.
Understanding how wildlife responds to anthropogenic impacts is critical to better ensuring their conservation. Small shifts in behaviour can have lasting consequences in individual fitness.
At the Zoological Society of London I head the Indicators and Assessments Unit. We are a research unit that focuses on understanding the patterns and processes of global biodiversity change. From understanding global population trends through indicators like the Living Planet Index