This project is funded by the SUPER-DTP and is available to UK/EU nationals who meet the RCUK eligibility criteria.
The studentship provides funding for tuition fees, stipend and a research training and support grant, subject to eligibility.
Candidates should have (or expect to achieve) a minimum of a 2.1 Honours degree in a relevant subject.
• Apply for Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Conservation Science
• State name of the lead supervisor as ‘Name of Proposed Supervisor’ on application
• State ‘SUPER DTP’ as Intended Source of Funding
• Select the ‘Visit Website’ to apply now
Sheehy, E., Sutherland, C., O’Reilly, C., and Lambin, X. (2018). 'The enemy of my enemy is my friend: Native pine marten recovery reverses the decline of the red squirrel by suppressing grey squirrel populations'. Proc. R. Soc. B Biol. Sci. 285: 20172603.
Hoy S.R., S.J. Petty, A. Millon, D.P. Whitfield, M. Marquiss, D.I.K. Anderson, M. Davison & X. Lambin (2017) Density-dependent increase in superpredation linked to food limitation in a recovering population of northern goshawks, Accipiter gentilis Journal of Avian Biology 10.1111/jav.01387
Hoy, SR SJ Petty, A Millon, DP Whitfield, M Marquiss, M Davison, and Lambin X. (2015) Age and sex‐selective predation moderate the overall impact of predators Journal of Animal Ecology 84, 692–701
Sutherland C, Elston DA, and X Lambin (2014) A Demographic, Spatially Explicit Patch Occupancy Model for Describing and Predicting Metapopulation Dynamics and Persistence. Ecology 95(11), 3149–3160
Royle, J.A., Fuller, A.K. and Sutherland, C., 2018. Unifying population and landscape ecology with spatial capture–recapture. Ecography, 41(3), pp.444-456.
Moeller, A.K., Lukacs, P.M. and Horne, J.S., 2018. Three novel methods to estimate abundance of unmarked animals using remote cameras. Ecosphere, 9(8), p.e02331.