Response of testate amoebae to peatland drain blocking: implications for biomonitoring of peatland restoration efforts.
I began my academic career as a Zoologist at the University of Derby, leading me into being interested in animal conservation and climate change specifically. Later I did my Master's at Swansea University, on the Environmental Biology: Conservation and Resource Management MSc. My interest in always aiming my work at the climate crisis led me to my dissertation project at Swansea, on inferring the palaeoecological history of forested peatlands across Wales, using the fossil pollen record from peat cores across the country.
Finally this led me to apply for my PhD here at Queen's University Belfast.
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