Ana Nuno

Early career conservation scientist. Currently working as a postdoc at the University of Exeter, UK. Previous and ongoing research focused on e.g. bushmeat hunting in the Serengeti and turtle conservation in the Cayman Islands.

My broad research interests are focused at understanding human-wildlife interactions and anthropogenic drivers of biodiversity change in order to minimize conflict and to support the sustainable use of wildlife resources. Particularly, I am interested in the application of holistic approaches to support decision-making under uncertainty in conservation, such as adaptive management and management strategy evaluation.