Dr Alison Cameron
Lecturer, Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation
BSc (Hons) Tropical Environmental Science, 1997,
University of Aberdeen, UK;
MSc. Conservation Biology, 1999,
Percy Fitzpatrick Institute of African Ornithology,
University of Cape Town, South Africa;
PhD. Biology, 2005, University of Leeds, UK.
Tel: +44 (0)28 9097 2726 (Direct line)
Fax: +44 (0)28 9097 5877
Room: Medical Biology Centre - 5.037.
Researcher ID: D-3911-2009
Linkedin: Alison Cameron
Co-ordinator for Global Issues in Agriculture (ALU3041)
Co-ordinator for Climate Change and Geograpgical Information Systems (BBC2030/ GAP2002)
Chair of the School of Biology Athena SWAN Committee
- Organiser of weekly EEBEE research cluster coffee
Co-ordinate and teach the Global Issues in Agriculture (ALU3041)
Co-ordinate and teach the Climate Change and Geographical Information Systems (BBC2030/ GAP2002)
Lecture and teach on the field course for Environmental Biology (EVB1004)
Teach Insect Species Identification and Sampling Methods (320BBC834)
Biodiversity Conservation Biogeography Natural Resources Management Climate Change Protected Area Design and Management Threat Assessment Wildlife telemetry Species Distribution Modelling Web tools for data archiving, sharing, and analysis (e.g. www.rebioma.net and www.movebank.org)
Can Paying for Global Ecosystem Services reduce poverty?
Funded by Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA)
Thesis projects for BSc. Agricultural Technology Thesis projects for MSc. Ecological Management and Conservation Biology Thesis projects for BSc. Zoology and BSc. Biological Sciences.
Nick Hesford (DEL studentship) Assessment of biodiversity and ecosystem services in Short Rotation Coppice Willow in Northern Ireland.
Georgina Milne (DEL strategic studentship, co-supervised by Dr Nicki Whitehouse from GAP) Environmental niche evolution and ancestral niche reconstruction. See Georgina on Linkedin.
Katie Leach (Quercus funded, primarily supervised by Dr Neil Reid) Global distribution of the Lagomorpha: interspecific interactions and the impact of climate change. See Katie on Linkedin.
Caroline Finlay (DARD studentship, primarily supervised by Prof Ian Montogmery) Scale and biological diversity on farmland: small fields and small hedges or large fields and large hedgerows? See Caroline on Linkedin.
Dr Rado Andriamasimanana. (Completed in 2011) PhD, Environment and Biodiversity, from the University of Antananarivo, Madagascar. See Rado on Linkedin.