Our research includes:
Our research spans a wide range of topics in applied ecology, especially the evolution of behavioural strategies in many organisms, from microbes to insects to eagles. This multi-disciplinary research uses a wide array of techniques (e.g. field studies, laboratory experimentation, chemical analysis, mathematical and computer modelling, frequentist and Bayesian statistics) and spans gene regulation, cellular processes, immunity, metabolomics, physiology, behaviour, evolution and ecology. There are many applications, especially to global food security through pest and pathogen management and understanding agronomic and toxicological consequences of using wastes as fertilisers, particularly those derived from potentially contaminated feedstock or novel energy production systems.
Animal signalling in courtship and contests (Mowles, Hardy)
Mathematical and computer modelling of pathogenic microorganisms (Stekel)
Rural hybrid energy enterprise systems: effects of wastes and residues (West)
Biogeochemistry and biogeochemical modelling
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