MSc. Conservation Science, Imperial College London (2013)
MPhil. Drug Metabolism & Analytical Chemistry, Keele University (2012)
BSc. (hons) Chemistry with Pharmacology Int., University of Leeds (2004)
Start Date: 1st October 2014
4V5 Cottrell Building
Biological & Environmental Sciences
School of Natural Sciences
University of Stirling
Stirling, Scotland, FK9 4LA
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Linking game theory and structured decision-making for the resolution of conservation conflicts.
The project aims to use game theoretical and structured decision making methods to understand the rules that govern how parties search for solutions to conservation conflicts.
This will use two UK based conservation conflicts as case studies: (1) hen harrier predation on red grouse and upland moor management; and (2) increasing geese populations imposing costs on farming.
IAPETUS NERC Doctoral Training Partnership Studentship
Additional funding provided by CASE partners, Scottish Natural Heritage
Socio-ecological modelling; sustainable management of natural resources; local, national and international environmental policy; monitoring and evaluation systems.