PROJECTS

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PANGOLIN

Using stable isotope analysis of scales to understand more about the ecology and life history of the giant pangolin, and using isotope forensics to locate the origin of confiscated scales.
We are currently advertising this IAPETUS2 PhD position. 

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SERENGETI ISOSCAPES

Quantifying the movement ecology and diet of large ungulates in the Serengeti landscape with colleagues at the MVLS, University of Glasgow 

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URBANIZATION

Urbanization is a well-known and widespread threat to biodiversity. In many species there are reductions in breeding success due to an urban-based diet, even though on the surface there are more feeding opportunities including access to supplementary food. We look at the case of urban blue tits. 

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MANDRILLS OF CENTRAL GABON

Sexual segregation in diet of mandrills - how do males and females partition rainforest resources? A project with colleagues at the University of Stirling and the ANPN, Gabon. 

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