Past group members

Dr Kirsty Yule - PostDoc Research Assistant- Grantham funded pump priming grant to look at inadvertent effects of pesticide exposure on invertebrate communities in small island ecosystems.

Leonie Gough - BBSRC PhD student - Modelling agricultural land-use change across GB and the spatial risks to insect pollinators

Cecylia Watrobska (2017) - RA & Master student - susceptibility windows in bumblebee colony development

Imperial  College Masters project students

Nicholas Tew (2017) - foraging decisions in bumblebees

Elspeth MacKeller (2017) - Aedes mosquito natural breeding sites 

Jenny Dawson (2017) - edge effects on pest damage 

John Paterson (2017) - spatial distribution of Aedes mosquito breeding 

Koorosh McCormack (2016/17) - does pesticide exposure affect the diversity of pollen brought back

Ross Gray (2016) - ant community competition in disturbed forest

Laura Bentley (2016) - pollinator dependency of plants

Chun (Harris) Tso (2016) - foraging decisions in bumblebees

Jiajun (Stanley) Yu (2015) - pesticide preferences in foraging bees

Katie Taylor (2015) - bee diversity on field flower margins

Sarah Gougeon (2015) - does pesticide exposure affect the diversity of pollen brought back

Emma Randall (2014) - pesticide exposure on bumblebee foraging and colony development

Thomas David (2014) - pesticide exposure on bumblebee foraging and colony development

Other Masters students

Illaria Pretelli - Erasmus visiting Masters student - Flight performance of bumblebees under stress

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