Bringing Macroecological Tools to Conservation Practice

Macroecology aims to explain and predict the abundance, distribution, and diversity of organisms across large regions and time periods. With biodiversity under increasing pressure from human actions, macroecology can contribute greatly to the evidence base for national and international decisions aimed at conserving biodiversity and ensuring a sustainable future for our planet.

My work at the interface between macroecology research and conservation practice aims to provide conservation practitioners with the macroecological knowledge and tools they require.