RT @DaniRabaiotti: Is it my house plants or is it the 100 companies who produce 70% of emissions?Read More
RT @schisto_tom: Just been informed by @galinajonsson that there is a worm (or more accurately, annelid) emoji🪱 - how did I miss this? Am I…Read More
@schisto_tom Hahahaha speaking on behalf of the lep community it’s def overdue man.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.