Will teaches a range of subjects in ecology, diversity, quantitative methods and ecosystem assessment. He has interests in investigating a wide range of ecological patterns and processes and his work is very much cross-disciplinary.
Ben is interested in the intersection of animal behaviour and ecology. His research has focused on a variety of mammal species including ring-tailed and white-nosed coatis, beach mice, and capuchin monkeys.
Joe researches the mechanisms that permit plants to survive when times are tough. He has a particular focus on how plant species with crassulacean acid metabolism (CAM) respond to temperature and water-limitation.
Conrad is focused on biodiversity – its discovery and description, how it evolves and interacts, and how we can conserve it. His research involves many different techniques, from field biology, to genomics, to experimental biology.
Stephen's research is focused on understanding biodiversity, assessing the vulnerability of biodiversity to global climate change and using this knowledge to maximise the positive benefits of conservation management and adaptation.