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Our work focuses on animal-ecosystem interactions at landscape scales. We seek to understand how animals shape landscapes relative to abiotic drivers, and how animals in turn are affected by changing landscapes. We use an integrated approach, combining remote sensing, GPS telemetry and field measurements, to answer a broad range of questions across an array of animal species and ecosystems.
A strong focus of our work is on African ecosystems, particularly savanna landscapes, with field work focused primarily in southern Africa, but with an eye to expanding across the continent. We are also open to opportunities outside of Africa, with current field sites in Borneo and plans for future work on other continents in the works.
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