Katharine Bowgen

Katharine Bowgen

  • kbowgen at bournemouth dot ac dot uk
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Biography

After spending five years working as a field and research assistant for several ornithological researchers, Katharine is now undertaking a PhD on "Predicting the effect of environmental change on biodiversity: insights from coastal bird models". She is supervised by Professor Richard Stillman, Dr Roger Herbert and John Baugh (at HR Wallingford).

Journal Articles

Reports

Theses

Conference Presentations

  • International Wader Study Group, Using individual-based models to predict the effects of environmental change on wading birds, 1 October 2015, Ásbrú, Estonia
  • International Wader Study Group, Quantifying the pressures placed on wading birds by environmental change and the role of predictive modelling, 26 September 2014, Haapsalu, Estonia
  • International Wader Study Group, Predicting the effect of invertebrate regime shifts on waders, 24 September 2013, Wilhelmshaven, Germany

Qualifications

  • Bird Ringing Licence in C Permit (British Trust for Ornithology, 2010)
  • BSc (Hons) in Zoology (University of Nottingham, 2006)
  • MSc in Wild Animal Biology (Institute of Zoology / Royal Veterinary College, 2007)

Memberships

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