@thoughtsofaphd @AcademicChatter Evernote, a handy pocket-sized note book and therapy (not sure about elsewhere, but UK unis offer it *feel of charge* so make use ☺️)Read More
I needed to read this today. You do too. If you’ve read it, read it again! Ever-brilliant Rebecca Solnit✨Read More
RT @UK_CEH: ICYMI: Was COP26 really just ‘blah blah blah’? On our blog this week, biodiversity researcher @galinajonsson wrote about why #C…Read More
My PhD research extends the time series of historical biodiversity data upon which future predictions are made. I am particularly interested in the impact of climate change, extreme weather events and land-use change on butterflies and moths in the UK.
I integrate data from natural history collection specimens collected over the past two centuries with more recent citizen science records in a single new analytical framework.
My PhD is funded by NERC through the Grantham Institute at Imperial College’s Science and Solution for a Changing Planet Doctoral Training Programme.