I am an Associate Professor in Conservation Biology at the Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford, and Tutorial Fellow in Zoology at Balliol College.
My group's research assesses optimal use of natural resources to maximise the productivity of ecological and social systems. Our work combines bio-economic and demographic modelling, non-market valuation and optimisation approaches. Current projects include resolution of marine human-wildlife conflict, assessing marine use and non-use values, spatial marine management, and theoretical work exploring how to treat choice-consistency in discrete choice experiment analysis.
International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC6)
August 15 - 28 2020
Check out my presentation:
"Global wins for conservation can mean local losses in the battle to solve human wildlife conflict"
August 28 8:35 AM (UTC) - Fisheries & Aquaculture 4