My research interests include insect biodiversity, conservation and community ecology, particularly focusing on social insects. I work on a range of topics including community-level responses to forest disturbance, diversity patterns along elevational gradients, the use of citizen science to map species diversity and distributions, and insect-plant interactions. I am particularly interested in arid ecosystems and have worked in desert, savannah and dry forests in southern Africa.
Fellow of the Royal Entomological Society
Member of the British Ecological Society
Academic Department: Agriculture and Environment
Tel: +44 (0)1952 81 5478
Office: AC4 Aspire Centre
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You can contact Dr Heather Campbell if you would like to discuss any of the following course modules: