I am a wildlife ecologist interested in human influences on animal occurrence, behaviour, and geneflow. My research attempts to bridge the autecological - macroecological divide; I use multiple field, genetic, and statistical methods to understand individual, population, and landscape variations, and the resulting species persistence in varying environments.
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TRANSLATION: I am a scientist who is fascinated by the patterns we see in nature - whether it be behavioural patterns between individuals, population patterns within species, or landscape patterns between parts of the country. As humans keep changing the environment, I want to understand how we influence these patterns, and ultimately affect the persistence of other life on earth.
Currently, my PhD thesis investigates spatial ecological processes, and conservation practices, in a landscape of high human activity.