Dr. Diana Bowler


Research Activity 7

Previous research
Experimental ecology  – Using mite laboratory systems to investigate how dispersal strategies, environmental variation, and dispersal mortality affect population dynamics (PhD at the University of Aberdeen, UK) and how population density mediates the nonlethal effects of predators on their prey (JSPS short-term fellowship at Kyoto University, Japan)

Evidence-based conservation – synthesizing data for a range of conservation/environmental management related questions, including effectiveness of community forest management, health benefits of natural environments and urban greening as a strategy to reduce air temperature (post-doc at Bangor University, UK)

Current research
A collaborative project using long-term population data sets to investigate how species traits modify climate change impacts on populations. See here for more information.

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