• University Lecturer - Royal Holloway University of London

Research interests

My research lies on the interface between Biogeography, Palaeoecology and Conservation Biology.

I’m interested in how the information from past ecosystem changes (related to people, climate and time) allows biological responses to be better determined under future global changes, advancing our knowledge on climate impacts, ecological resilience and societal responses in a future warmer world. 

The geographical areas of my research include biodiversity hotspots and key biogeographical regions for future global changes, such as Equatorial Africa, the Mediterranean Basin, UK and mountain regions in Europe and North America.