Staff

Dr Natacha Aguilar de Soto

Dr Natacha Aguilar de Soto

Visiting Scholar

marine mammals behavioural ecology and conservation biology

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Dr Patricia Arranz Alonso

Dr Patricia Arranz Alonso

Research Fellow

I am a research fellow at the Sea Mammal Research studying the acoustic behaviour of wild cetaceans

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Prof Rosemary Bailey

Prof Rosemary Bailey

Professor of Statistics

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Prof David Borchers

Prof David Borchers

Professor of Statistics

Wildlife Population Assessment; Fisheries Assessment; Sampling Theory

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Prof Steve Buckland

Prof Steve Buckland

Professor of Statistics

Wildlife population assessment, modelling biodiversity, population dynamics

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Dr Louise Burt

Dr Louise Burt

Head of RUWPA, Research Fellow

Line transect sampling, spatial modelling

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Dr Carl Donovan

Dr Carl Donovan

Lecturer in Statistics

Non-linear models, multivariate analysis, splines, GAMs, datamining

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Prof Oscar Gaggiotti

Prof Oscar Gaggiotti

MASTS Professor

Ecology, population genetics, evolution and conservation biology

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Mr Richard Glennie

Mr Richard Glennie

Research Fellow

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Prof Jeremy Greenwood

Prof Jeremy Greenwood

Emeritus Professor

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Prof Philip Hammond

Prof Philip Hammond

Professor

Population dynamics, ecology and foraging behaviour of seals and cetaceans

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Dr Catriona Harris

Dr Catriona Harris

Research Fellow

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Dr Danielle Harris

Dr Danielle Harris

Research Fellow

Using acoustic data to estimate animal abundance (particularly marine mammals).

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Prof John Harwood

Prof John Harwood

Professor

Population and conservation biology

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Dr Janine Illian

Dr Janine Illian

Senior Lecturer in statistics

Spatial statistics

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Dr Eiren Jacobson

Dr Eiren Jacobson

Research Fellow

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Mr Phil Le Feuvre

Mr Phil Le Feuvre

Computing Support Officer

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Dr Monique MacKenzie

Dr Monique MacKenzie

Lecturer in Statistics

GAMMs; GEEs; Repeated measures/longitudinal data; spatially adaptive smoothing

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Prof Anne Magurran

Prof Anne Magurran

Professor

Fish behaviour and evolution

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Dr Tiago Marques

Dr Tiago Marques

Research Fellow

Distance sampling, measurement error, non uniform distribution, acoustic data

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Dr Laura Marshall

Dr Laura Marshall

Research Fellow

Computational statistics for biological investigation and environmental management

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Prof Thomas Meagher

Prof Thomas Meagher

Professor

Plant evolutionary biology

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Dr David Miller

Dr David Miller

Research Fellow

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Dr Cornelia Oedekoven

Dr Cornelia Oedekoven

Research Fellow

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Dr Michail Papathomas

Dr Michail Papathomas

Lecturer in Statistics

Bayesian statistics, model selection, dimensionality reduction, Biostatistics, genetics, elicitation

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Dr Charles Paxton

Dr Charles Paxton

Research Fellow

Fisheries ecology, species diversity estimation, ichthyology, history of science

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Dr Theoni Photopoulou

Dr Theoni Photopoulou

Newton International Fellow

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Dr Valentin Popov

Dr Valentin Popov

Associate Lecturer (Education Focused)

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Dr Eric Rexstad

Dr Eric Rexstad

Senior Research Fellow

Distance software development, small mammal population dynamics

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Mrs Rhona Rodger

Mrs Rhona Rodger

Administrator

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Dr Debbie Russell

Dr Debbie Russell

Research Fellow

Modelling interactions among species and with their marine environment

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Dr Lindesay Scott-Hayward

Dr Lindesay Scott-Hayward

Research Fellow and Project Manager

Spatially adaptive smoothing methods for correlated data in complex topography.

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Dr Sophie Smout

Dr Sophie Smout

Lecturer

Predator life history and trophic interactions

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Prof Len Thomas

Prof Len Thomas

Professor of Statistics

Statistical ecology; Computer-intensive statistical methods

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Dr Hannah Worthington

Dr Hannah Worthington

Teaching Fellow

Integrated Stopover Models for Mark-Recapture Data

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