Staff Profiles: Ecology and Environmental Science

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Dr. Phillip Toms

Academic Subject Leader in Environmental Sciences

Geography

I specialise in quaternary science, studying environments of the past 2.58 million years to help predict our future climate and to understand the emergence of modern humans

Prof. Anne Goodenough

Prof. Anne Goodenough

Professor of Applied Ecology; Academic Course Leader: MSc Applied Ecology

Biology

I am a Professor of Applied Ecology with broad teaching and research interests spanning from nesting ecology of birds to ecological impact assessment, mammal conservation and the role of citizen sciences in studying biology and ecology.

Julia Webb

Julia Webb

Senior Lecturer in Biology, Academic Course Leader for Ecology and Environmental Science

Biology

Geography

As a practical ecologist I'm passionate about teaching and nurturing field and laboratory skills. I enjoy finding ways to incorporate practical work into almost all of my teaching sessions.

Dr. Rachel Bennett

Dr. Rachel Bennett

Senior Lecturer in Human Geography

Geography

I am a Lecturer in Human Geography, specialising in quantitative methods and population health and ageing.

Prof. Frank Chambers

Prof. Frank Chambers

Professor in Physical Geography

Geography

Biology

I teach and research in climate change and in palaeoecology, using the reconstruction of past environments to ascertain the degree of human impact upon vegetation and climate.

Dr. Lucy Clarke

Dr. Lucy Clarke

Senior Lecturer in Physical Geography

Geography

I have always had a fascination with understanding how the world works, and in particular investigating the watery world (both flowing and frozen) using image analysis and GIS (Geographical Information Systems)

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Dr. Liz Hamilton

Lecturer in Ecology and Environmental Science

Biology

Geography

As an environmental scientist, I’m interested in practical solutions to environmental problems such as deforestation and climate change.

Prof. Adam Hart

Prof. Adam Hart

Professor of Science Communication

Biology

I love all biology but particularly those insects that live together in large colonies, like ants. However, I'm just as likely to be talking about antelopes and rhino as I am ant-lions and rhino beetles.

Dr. Kenny Lynch

Dr. Kenny Lynch

Reader in Geography

Geography

Growing up on the edge of Edinburgh gave me an interest in how cities develop. Relatives working in Nigeria, Italy, Switzerland, the US and Belgium gave me an insight into what things are like in other parts of the world.

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Dr. Oliver Moore

Lecturer in Applied Ecology

Biology

I have always been fascinated by the natural world and developed a particular passion for bryophytes and lichens as an undergraduate.

Dr. Matt Wood

Dr. Matt Wood

Senior Lecturer in Biology

Biology

I’m a binocular-wearing field biologist with a fondness for islands, and it’s great to be able to bring that into my work on seabird populations and disease ecology.