A range of publications has been produced, both by LCAB-funded projects and by academics associated with the Centre whose work is in a related area.

Take a look at our reading list, which brings together a wide breadth of relevant outputs.

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Colin works on spatial ecology and conservation science and is an LCAB Associate.

Robert studies humans and nature to address research, policy and management issues at multiple time and space scales and is a member of LCAB’s Research Strategy Group.

Rob is a postdoctoral research associate who works alongside Colin Beale and is based in LCAB.

Kanchon is interested in the genetic and ecological causes of speciation, with a focus on Heliconius butterflies and is a member of LCAB’s Research Strategy Group.

Katie is an LCAB funded postdoctoral research associate who is interested in patterns and processes in the evolution of biodiversity.

  • Guillerme T, Cooper N, Brusatte SL, Davis KE, Jackson AL, Gerber S, Goswami A, Healy K, Hopkins MJ, Jones MEH, Lloyd GT, O'Reilly JE, Pate A, Puttick MN, Rayfield EJ, Saupe EE, Sherratt E, Slater GJ, Weisbecker V, Thomas GH and Donoghue PCJ (2020) ‘Disparities in the analysis of morphological disparity’ BIOLOGY LETTERS 16 (7)

Maria works on quantifying biodiversity and understanding the processes that shape it, often working on tropical systems and is a member of LCAB’s Research Strategy Group.

Richard works on the poverty and governance dimensions of social and environmental transformations and is an LCAB Associate.

Jane studies the impacts of climate change and habitat loss on species to understand species’ responses to environmental change and is a member of LCAB’s Research Strategy Group.

Ida’s research focuses on measures of wellbeing and how to create a wellbeing economy and she is a member of LCAB’s Research Strategy Group.

Ines is an LCAB funded postdoctoral research associate who is a macroecologist particularly interested in understanding how biodiversity is changing across the globe.

  • Martins IS, Navarro LM, Pereira HM and Rosa IMD (2020) ‘Alternative pathways to a sustainable future lead to contrasting biodiversity responses’. GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND CONSERVATION 22, e01028.
  • Pereira HM, Rosa IMD, Martins IS, Kim H, Leadley P, Popp A, van Vuuren DP, Hurtt G, Anthoni P, Arneth A, Baisero D, Chaplin-Kramer R, Chini L, Di Fulvio F, Di Marco M, Ferrier S, Fujimori S, Guerra CA, Harfoot M, Harwood TD, Hasegawa T, Haverd V, Havlík P, Hellweg S, Hilbers JP, Hill SLL, Hirata A, Hoskins AJ, Humpenöder F, Janse JH, Jetz W, Johnson JA, Krause A, Leclère D, Matsui T, Meijer JR, Merow C, Obsersteiner M, Ohashi H,   Poulter B, Purvis A, Quesada B, Rondinini C,  Schipper AM, Settele J, Sharp R, Stehfest E,  Strassburg BBN, Takahashi K, Talluto MV, Thuiller W, Titeux N, Visconti P, Ware C, Wolf F and Alkemade R (2020) ‘Global trends in biodiversity and ecosystem services from 1900 to 2050’. BIORXIV (Preprint).
  • Gottschall F, Cameron EK, Martins IS, Siebert J and Eisenhauer N (2020) Can We Save the Beast by Conserving the Beauty? FRONTIERS FOR YOUNG MINDS

Melissa is a PhD student supervised by Jane Hill and is based in LCAB.

Roberto was a postdoctoral research associate who worked alongside Chris Thomas and was based in LCAB.

Kate’s research focuses on the impact of socioeconomic inequality on the health and wellbeing of people, communities and the environment and she is an Associate Director of LCAB.

Phil works on conservation science projects, mainly in Africa and is an LCAB Associate.

Amanda’s research considers the history and sociology of the relationship between humans and other animals and she is an LCAB Associate.

Joshua is a PhD student supervised by Chris Thomas and is based in LCAB.

Sarah is a postdoctoral research associate who works alongside Jane Hill and is based in LCAB.

Lindsay’s research focuses on human-environment relationships, and she is a member of LCAB’s Research Strategy Group.

Chris works to understand the biological and human processes that give rise to species being successful, the ways that people exploit them, and the ways that successful species exploit humans.  He is Director of LCAB.

Mark’s research focuses on plant population and community responses to environmental change, and he is a member of LCAB’s Research Strategy Group.

Lizzie uses experimental, observational and quantitative techniques to understand the causes and consequences of human caused alterations to plant communities and is an LCAB Associate.

Caroline is an LCAB funded postdoctoral working on the relationships between socio-economic inequalities and the environment.

Jamie’s research involves applying a variety of computational and mathematical techniques to interesting problems, mostly in Biology and he is an LCAB Associate.

Find out more about the work of LCAB-associated academics on our people page.

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