Lecturer in London, United Kingdom
I am a biogeographer studying the evolution of ecosystems in response to past climatic, anthropogenic and disturbance regime changes, their present ecological values (e.g. biodiversity), and how past ecologies may inform the future conservation of both natural and cultural landscapes. I'm interested in key biogeographical areas for future global changes (including Equatorial Africa, the Mediterranean Basin, and mountain regions in Europe and North America), and covering temporal scales from annual tree rings to the millennial scale of climate variability, as inferred from lake sediments archives.
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