In my Zoology M.Sci. degree, I have had the pleasure of working with scientists and conservationists who excel in their field. Likewise, outside my course, I had the lucky opportunities to write for a few fantastic organisations.
Here is a selection of the research that I have undertaken so far at the University of Nottingham. Please feel free to contact me if there is anything else you would like to know about these projects.
- The Long-term Change in the Impact of Human Disturbance on Breeding Success of the European Nightjar, Caprimulgus europaeus:
- with thanks to Dr. Kate Durrant, Andrew Lowe, Ann Ward, and Jack Raynor for their help and expertise
- Investigating genetic incompatibilities that may arise between locally adapted populations, sourcing from the mitochondrial or y-chromosomal DNA. (undergoing)
- What influences the intraspecific variation of Feather mite burden? A study on Passerine birds in Sobreda and Pancras, Portugal.
- with thanks to Dr. David Feary, Andrew Lowe, and Ann Ward for their help, expertise and ability to wake up a bunch of weary students at 5am
- Hedgerows: corridors of the countryside, New Nature (Jan 2017)
- Planet Nottingham: The Whooper Swan (Jan 2017)
ARTICLES AND BLOGS:
- Don’t forget indigenous peoples in conservation, Japa’s environmental blog (Dec 2016)
- Frack off our nature reserve, Impact (Nov 2016)
- If Nature were built by Machines, Impact (Jan 2017)
- Why the world is falling apart, Japa’s environmental blog (Feb 2017)
- How we are putting the world together again, Japa’s environmental blog (Feb 2017)
- A Lazy Student’s Guide to Saving the World, Impact (Feb 2017)