Dr Andrew Bladon

Researcher
Department of Zoology

Background

Andrew is a conservation ecologist interested in the impacts of climate and habitat change on species’ distribution and abundance, and passionate about building an evidence-base of tested conservation actions to reverse species’ declines. His research cuts across traditional ecological disciplines, to understand how fine-scale temperature and habitat variation influence the behaviour of individual organisms, and the mechanisms by which these behavioural responses have broad-scale, population-level impacts. Working with practical conservation organisations and policy-makers, he uses his research to develop and test conservation management strategies which support species’ survival in a changing world.