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Aidan Keane

Lecturer in Quantitative Conservation Science Imperial College London Silwood Park Buckhurst Road Ascot Berkshire, SL5 7PY e: a.keane @ imperial.ac.uk t: +44 (0)20 7594 1656 Research interests My interests lie in understanding how human behaviour and decision-making affect the outcomes of conservation interventions in complex social-ecological…

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Social-ecological system dynamics

One of the main barriers to the application of ecosystem services as a concept for understanding human relationships with nature is that current practice in the face of ecological and social complexity, service inter-dependencies and uncertainty is to build static, pattern-based maps of service provision,…

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John Fa

Research associate

My background is in animal ecology and biodiversity. I have published on species, community and landscape ecology, but my strengths are in conservation biology…

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Julia Jones

Research associate

Visit Julia’s personal Bangor University webpage…

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Marcus Rowcliffe

Research associate

Visit Marcus’ personal webpage at the Zoological Society of London…

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Ana Nuno

PhD student

My broad research interests are focused at understanding human-wildlife interactions and anthropogenic drivers of biodiversity change in order to minimize conflict and to support sustainable use of wildlife resources…

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James McNamara

PhD student

My work, which is being carried out in partnership with the Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Zoological Society of London, is looking at the effects of climate change and other drivers on biodiversity loss in West Africa…

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