Ayla Paul

Ayla Paul
University of Reading · Department of Geography and Environmental Science

PhD Student Environmental Sciences

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Introduction
PhD Student as part of the Centre for Doctoral Training in Quantitative and Modelling Skills in Ecology and Evolution (QMEE), at the University of Reading. My research is focusing on 'Provenance, Authenticity & Traceability of UK Honey: Enhancing consumer confidence for a sustainable industry', under supervision of Stuart Black, Rob Batchelor and Alice Johnston.
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September 2017 - April 2021
University of Reading
Position
  • PhD Student
Description
  • Provenance, Authenticity & Traceability of UK Honey: Enhancing consumer confidence for a sustainable .
April 2013 - September 2013
Langholm Moor Demonstration Project
Position
  • Master's Student
Description
  • Study into the dietary composition of the common buzzard during the 2013 breeding season in relation to habitat type, on the Langholm Moor. Data was collected using nest cameras and by collecting prey remains and pellets.
November 2011 - September 2012
Hogeschool Van Hall Larenstein
Position
  • Research Assistant
Description
  • - Providing lessons in Identification of Plants; - Providing practical computer sessions in Statistics, ArcMap (GIS), TurboVeg and SynBioSys.

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Animal populations will mediate the response of global biodiversity to environmental changes. Population models are thus important tools for both understanding and predicting animal responses to uncertain future conditions. Most approaches, however, are correlative and ignore the individual level mechanisms that give rise to population dynamics. He...

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Project
PhD Studentship; NERC National Productivity Investment Fund (NPIF) Studentship within the Quantitative and Modelling Skills in Ecology and Evolution Centre for Doctoral Training (QMEE CDT)