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I am an experimental field ecologist. I seek to understand ecological and societal consequences of global declines in terrestrial biodiversity and large-scale destruction of habitats. To do this, me and my research team use a combination of molecular sequencing, laboratory and in-situ field manipulations describe how soil microbial and invertebrate communities influence ecosystem processes and shape their environment in forests. Our aim is to gain a mechanistic understanding of diversity-functioning relationships and the impact of changes in the abundance of keystone species on ecosystem processes.

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Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Lancaster University

1 Oct 20111 Dec 2015

MRes, University of Leeds

1 Sept 20081 Sept 2009

University of East Anglia

1 Oct 20031 Sept 2006


  • Biodiversity
  • Ecosystem functioning
  • Forest ecology
  • Soil ecology
  • Invertebrates
  • Molecular ecology


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