You should send your CV, a covering letter explaining why you are interested in this project, and the names and e-mail addresses of two academic referees.
Relevant papers published since 2015:
1. Rocha, E.A., Souza, E.N.F., Bleakley, L.A.D., Burley, C., Rue-Glutting, G., Mott, J.L. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2018 Plants and urbanisation determine the abundance and diversity of garden aphids and their predators. European Journal of Entomology in press.
2. Hanmer, H.J., Thomas, R.L. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2018 Been caught stealing: Introduced grey squirrels subvert supplementary feeding of suburban wild birds. Landscape and Urban Planning in press.
3. Rocha, E.A. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2018 Does urbanization explain differences in interactions between an insect herbivore and its natural enemies and mutualists? Urban Ecosystems in press.
4. Hanmer, H.J., Thomas, R.L. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2017 Urbanisation influences range size of the domestic cat (Felis catus): Consequences for conservation. Journal of Urban Ecology 3, jux014.
5. Hanmer, H.J., Thomas, R.L., Beswick, G.J.F., Collins, B.P. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2017 Use of anthropogenic material affects bird nest arthropod community structure: Influence of urbanisation, and consequences for ectoparasites and fledging success. Journal of Ornithology 158, 1045-1059.
6. Hanmer, H.J., Thomas, R.L. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2017 Provision of supplementary food for wild birds increases local nest predation. Ibis 159, 158-167.
7. Smith, L.S. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2015 The grass-free lawn: floral performance and management implications. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 14, 490–499.
8. Smith, L.S. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2015 The influence of plant species on productivity, ground coverage and floral performance in grass-free lawns. Landscape and Ecological Engineering 11, 249-257.
9. Orros, M.E. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2015 Wild bird feeding in a large UK urban area: intensity, economics and individuals supported. Acta Ornithologica 50, 53-68.
10. Orros, M.E., Thomas, R.L., Holloway, G.J. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2015 Supplementary feeding of wild birds indirectly affects ground beetle populations in suburban gardens. Urban Ecosystems 18, 465-475. Doi: 10.1007/s11252-014-0404-x
11. Orros, M.E. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2015 Widespread supplementary feeding in domestic gardens explains the return of the reintroduced red kite Milvus milvus to an urban area. Ibis 157, 230-238.
12. Smith, L.S., Broyles, M.E.J., Larzleer, H.K. & Fellowes, M.D.E. 2015 Adding ecological value to the urban lawnscape: insect abundance and diversity in grass-free lawns. Biodiversity and Conservation, 24, 47-62. Doi: 10.1007/s10531-014-0788-1