Bat Ecology and Bioacoustics Laboratory, School of Biological Sciences
University of Bristol, UK
I am an animal ecologist mainly working on vertebrates (especially bats) but also on a flagship long-horned beetle, the Rosalia longicorn Rosalia alpina. My research interests cover a range of topics, including habitat selection, resource partitioning, sensory ecology, social behaviour and conservation biology. Much of my conservation biology work has focused on identifying key habitat features for threatened species, assessing the impact of forestry, and more recently gap analysis based on presence models.
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