Study systems


My research has focused to date on three wild populations of mammals, all of which I still actively work on with my collaborators: Soay sheep on St Kilda, pre-industrial humans in Finland and timber elephants in Myanmar. Each of these is unique in its own way, but works on the same principle: that collecting longitudinal data from known individuals across their lives is the best way to determine the answer to important questions in evolutionary ecology.

Click on the tabs to find out more about each system.

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