I am a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Land, Environment, Economics & Policy Institute at the University of Exeter and a Visiting Scholar at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Conservation Science at the University of Oxford. I also hold Adjunct Research Fellow positions at the Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, University of Queensland and at the UWA School of Agriculture, University of Western Australia.
My research concerns optimal use of natural resources to maximise the productivity of human and ecological systems. My work combines bio-economic modelling, non-market valuation and optimisation approaches. My topical interests include 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.
10-13 December 2019
British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, Belfast, UK
Presenting at the thematic session - "Interdisciplinary model integration to better understand spatio-temporal changes in biodiversity".
Session organised by the BES Quantitative Ecology SIG and People and Nature