Category Archives: PhD

Landscape Ecology Research

Congratulations are due to CWAC PhD student Jess Neumann, whose paper “The compositional and configurational heterogeneity of matrix habitats shape woodland carabid communities in wooded-agricultural landscapes” was published today in the Journal of Landscape Ecology. Supervised by Dr. Graham Holloway in … Continue reading

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Woodland Invertebrate Research

It’s the start of another field season, and I’ve been busily helping some of our MSc students get started with their projects as well as launching into another phase of data collection for my PhD. With the aid of two … Continue reading

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PhD Research Abroad: Birds in Rice Fields of the Philippines

ORIGINALLY POSTED JUNE 9TH 2014 PhD student Richard Smedley shares some thoughts on studying overseas and his work with rice farmers in the Philippines. “If you are from England, and they don’t grow rice, why bother?” I have to admit, … Continue reading

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