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I grew up in South Africa and completed my undergraduate degree in ecology and economics at the University of Cape Town. My core research interest is understanding biodiversity change. My PhD research at the University of Oxford used ecology and evolutionary biology to explain biodiversity patterns in South American birds. I recognise that environmental problems are also social problems, and enjoy working in interdisciplinary teams. My focus at SESYNC is to understand how changes in human systems are connected to changes in ecological systems.
|Climate engineering needs a clean bill of health||
Sep 28, 2018
Article published in Nature Climate Change.
|Ecological, Agricultural, and Health Impacts of Solar Geoengineering||
May 18, 2018
|Potentially dangerous consequences for biodiversity of solar geoengineering implementation and termination||
Jan 22, 2018
Article published in Nature Ecology and Evolution.
|Host associations and turnover of haemosporidian parasites in manakins (Aves: Pipridae)||
Mar 14, 2017
Article published Parasitology.
|Species loss: learn from health metrics||
Oct 20, 2016
Article published in Nature: Correspondence.
|Functional traits reveal the expansion and packing of ecological niche space underlying an elevational diversity gradient in passerine birds||
Jan 06, 2016
Article published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
|Phylogenetic community structure metrics and null models: A review with new methods and software||
Aug 29, 2015
Article published in Ecogeography: Pattern and Process in Ecology.