Rich Grenyer Associate Professor in Biodiversity and Biogeography, School of Geography & the Environment, University of Oxford. Fellow and Tutor in Physical Geography, Jesus College Oxford.  Associate Editor, Global Ecology and Biogeography. Secretary, British Ecological Society Macroecology Special Interest Group.  ex-Editor, Systematic Biology; ex-Academic Director, Oxford MSc Biodiversity, Conservation & Management. 

Rich Grenyer

Associate Professor in Biodiversity and Biogeography, School of Geography & the Environment, University of Oxford. Fellow and Tutor in Physical Geography, Jesus College Oxford. 

Associate Editor, Global Ecology and Biogeography. Secretary, British Ecological Society Macroecology Special Interest Group. 

ex-Editor, Systematic Biology; ex-Academic Director, Oxford MSc Biodiversity, Conservation & Management. 

Claudia Comberti DPhil student. Claudia's research focuses on adaptation to climate change in Amazonian Indigenous communities, and how human interactions with ecosystems support adaptation and resilience to environmental change. Co-supervised with Tom Thornton and Yadvinder Mahli. Departmental website.

Claudia Comberti

DPhil student. Claudia's research focuses on adaptation to climate change in Amazonian Indigenous communities, and how human interactions with ecosystems support adaptation and resilience to environmental change. Co-supervised with Tom Thornton and Yadvinder Mahli.

Departmental website.

Emma McIntosh DPhil student. Emma's research is to better understand the factors which influence the design and implementation of SCP-based conservation plans beyond consideration of the traditional biological criteria and to evaluate 'what works' in conservation planning. Departmental website

Emma McIntosh

DPhil student. Emma's research is to better understand the factors which influence the design and implementation of SCP-based conservation plans beyond consideration of the traditional biological criteria and to evaluate 'what works' in conservation planning.

Departmental website

Boipelo Tshwene-Mauchaza DPhil student. Boipelo's research involves the development of downscaled climatic scenarios for arid sub-saharan Africa and their consequences for conservation planning in the region. Cosupervised by Richard Washington.

Boipelo Tshwene-Mauchaza

DPhil student. Boipelo's research involves the development of downscaled climatic scenarios for arid sub-saharan Africa and their consequences for conservation planning in the region. Cosupervised by Richard Washington.

Laila Al-Harthy DPhil student. Laila's research involves the botanical exploration and plant community definition of the remote Eastern Hajar mountains in Oman, and the development of a conservation plan for them.

Laila Al-Harthy

DPhil student. Laila's research involves the botanical exploration and plant community definition of the remote Eastern Hajar mountains in Oman, and the development of a conservation plan for them.

John Mittermeier DPhil student. John’s research focuses on the influence of cultural variables in biodiversity conservation. Specifically, he is exploring methods to quantify human preferences and attitudes towards species through the use of big data analytics, culturomics, and natural language processing, and considering how these quantifications can be applied to conservation planning and practice. Cosupervised with Paul Jepson.

John Mittermeier

DPhil student. John’s research focuses on the influence of cultural variables in biodiversity conservation. Specifically, he is exploring methods to quantify human preferences and attitudes towards species through the use of big data analytics, culturomics, and natural language processing, and considering how these quantifications can be applied to conservation planning and practice. Cosupervised with Paul Jepson.

Jennifer Gooden DPhil student. Jennifer's research looks at individuals and families who privately purchase land for biodiversity and ecosystem conservation. She is interested in the reasons people buy land, the factors that influence their decisions, and the consequences for conservation. Cosupervised by Gordon Clark. Personal website

Jennifer Gooden

DPhil student. Jennifer's research looks at individuals and families who privately purchase land for biodiversity and ecosystem conservation. She is interested in the reasons people buy land, the factors that influence their decisions, and the consequences for conservation. Cosupervised by Gordon Clark.

Personal website

Adam Formica PRS DPhil Student. Beginning Michaelmas 2016. Cosupervised by Richard Bailey.

Adam Formica

PRS DPhil Student. Beginning Michaelmas 2016. Cosupervised by Richard Bailey.

Joseph Poore NERC DTP PRS DPhil Student. Beginning 2017. LinkedIn Profile  

Joseph Poore

NERC DTP PRS DPhil Student. Beginning 2017.

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Alumni

Dr Uri Roll Postdoc and Yad Hanadiv Fellow. Macroecology and biogeography. Google Scholar Profile

Dr Uri Roll

Postdoc and Yad Hanadiv Fellow. Macroecology and biogeography.

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