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Faculty of Science
Dr Sven Kerwath
Dr R W Leslie
Emeritus Professor Cliff Moran
Dr B Paterson
Dr Grant Pitcher
Dr Jean-Paul Roux
Benguela system
Dr T Samaai
Dr Carl van der Lingen
Pelagic fish, fish feeding ecology, pelagic fisheries
Dr H Verheye
Dr Ross Wanless
Seabird conservation; island restoration; invasive alien
species; mitigation measures for avoiding seabird
bycatch in fisheries; population biology and demography
for conservation; seabird and insular ecology, remote
tracking of seabirds at sea, marine protected areas
and marine Important Bird Areas; genetics, taxonomy
and conservation of the Aldabra Rail; conservation and
ecological applications of stable light isotopes
Dr Ingrid Wiesel
Dr Tony Williams
Seabird biology and conservation; the status and
distribution of seabirds in Latin America; synanthropic
Dr P Barnard
Birds & Environmental Change Partnership Programme,
South African National Biodiversity Institute
Dr A R Ridley
Cooperative Breeding and Sociality in Birds (including the
Pied Babbler Research Project)
Dr R Simmons
Raptor Research, Life History Strategies, Seabird Research,
Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation
Dr R M Wanless
Seabird Conservation
Dr J P Roux
Dr I Wiesel
Dr A J Williams
Postdoctoral Fellows
Dr Laura Blamey
Coastal and fisheries ecology
Dr Florent Bled
Dynamic macroecology in conservation
Dr Rutledge Boyes
Rarity and Conservation of African parrots
Dr T R Cook
Seabird Research
Dr Aurore Canoville
Palaeobiology of early tetrapods
Dr Susan Cunningham
Sub-lethal Effects of Climate Change on Desert Birds
Dr Fitsum Gebreselassie
Integrated population modelling
Dr Katrin Ludynia
Namibian seabirds in the Benguela System
Dr Rowan Martin
Parrot biology and conservation
Dr Angela Mead
Marine biodiversity
Dr Hilkka Ndjaula
Modeling marine fisheries
Dr Graeme Oatley
Phylogenetics and biogeography of the African white-eyes
Dr Lorien Pichegru
Marine Protected Areas for seabird foraging effort
Dr Timothy Reid
Island Conservation & Seabird Research
Dr Richard Sherley
Seabird biology