Robin Hayward

Robin Hayward
University of Stirling · Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences

Master of Environment

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Introduction
Tropical forest ecologist, primarily focusing on the plant communities of South East Asia. I am a PhD student at the University of Stirling, supervised by Daisy Dent (Stirling) and Lindsay Banin (CEH Edinburgh).
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October 2012 - July 2016
The University of York
Position
  • Master's Student

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Publications (5)
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Selective logging has affected large areas of tropical forests and there is increasing interest in how to manage selectively logged forests to enhance recovery. However, the impacts of logging and active restoration, by liberation cutting and enrichment planting, on tree community composition are poorly understood compared to trajectories of biomas...
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Poster summary of https://doi.org/10.1017/S0266467416000626
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Background Canopy structure, defined by leaf area index (LAI), fractional vegetation cover (FCover) and fraction of absorbed photosynthetically active radiation (fAPAR), regulates a wide range of forest functions and ecosystem services. Spatially consistent field-measurements of canopy structure are however lacking, particularly for the tropics. Me...
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Epiphytes represent keystone resources for many arthropod and vertebrate species, however their ecology remains poorly explored, especially within the palaeotropics. Several recent studies have examined relationships between epiphyte richness and characteristics of local habitats, although these have all focused on neotropical forests. Here, we aim...

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