Researcher / Ecologist / Explorer At the moment, my main research interests center on spatial ecology and the impact of linear infrastructures in wildlife communities, mainly in amphibians. I'm undertaking a PhD at University of Hull, where I explore better solutions to maintain landscape connectivity in the UK for a European protected species. By dealing with extensive data sets I interpolate results from small to larger scales using modeling techniques which enable me to understand natural patterns for future environmental sustainability. I'm looking to work in projects that aim to : Find meaning in everyday information for future environmental sustainability; Look for new ways to communicate science through data viz; Connect with people from different scientific and disciplinary backgrounds to reach common goals.
"Movement of pond-breeding amphibians in fragmented landscapes: responses of Great Crested Newt (Triturus cristatus) to road mitigation" Topics: - amphibian population dynamics - dispersal ecology - behavioral ecology - landscape ecology - GIS and remote sensing
Modules: Fish and Fisheries Geographic Information Systems
Remote Sensing, Image Processing and GIS Group Research topic: Spatial Biology (influence of space in life, from species distributions to the study of landscape connectivity, using GIS and RS tools)
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Master of Science (MSc)
Bachelor of Science (BS)