A while back I penned a review of Sean B. Carroll's The Serengeti Rules for the journal Basic and Applied Ecology. Rather than let it languish in obscurity behind a paywall, I think I'll risk the litigious wrath of Elsevier and post it here. I probably should have done that in the first instance. Anyway, … Continue reading Sean B. Carroll’s Serengeti Rules
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I’m an ecologist based at the University of Exeter’s Environment and Sustainability Institute. My research is focussed on the theoretical and applied aspects of consumer-resource interactions in a rapidly changing world. My work spans marine, freshwater and terrestrial systems, vertebrates and invertebrates, physiology and behaviour. I am currently funded by the Leverhulme Trust on an Early Career Fellowship.