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Prof Anne Magurran:
Professor



I am an ecologist investigating biological diversity. My goal is to quantify the patterns, and understand the processes, linked to change in ecological communities over space and time, and to use this research to protect and manage natural capital.

 



Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award

ERC Advanced Grant

Deputy Convenor Biology Panel Hong Kong RAE 2014

Board of Reviewing Editors, Science

Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
Beverton Medal (FSBI) 2006

Research Group:

Dr Amy Deacon

Dr Hideyasu Shimadzu

Ms Faye Moyes

Ms Morelia Camacho-Cervantes

Mr Al Reeve

Ms Alessanda Rocha Kortz

Funded collaborations:

University of the West Indies, Trinidad
Mamiraua Sustainable Development Institute, Brazil

source: symbiosis


Recent Publications:

5 (of 169 /dk/atira/pure/researchoutput/status/published available) for aem1 (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Landscape-scale forest loss as a catalyst of population and biodiversity change Gergana N. Daskalova, Isla H. Myers-Smith, Anne D. Bjorkman, Shane A. Blowes, Sarah R. Supp, Anne Magurran, Maria Dornelas
2020
A balance of winners and losers in the Anthropocene Maria Dornelas, Nicholas J. Gotelli, Hideyasu Shimadzu, Faye Helen Moyes, Anne Magurran, Brian J. McGill
Ecology Letters 2019 vol. 22 pp. 847-854
Change in the dominance structure of two marine-fish assemblages over three decades Faye Helen Moyes, Anne Magurran
Journal of Fish Biology 2019 vol. 94 pp. 96-102
Gelatinous umbrella: why it is good to be invertebrate Anne Magurran
TLS, The Times Literary Supplement 2019 pp. 32-32