Heather Ewart


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Heather is a second year Evolutionary Biology PhD student examining how climate change and other environmental factors effect aspects of animal movement from an evolutionary perspective. She will be conducting field research in a variety of terrestrial and marine specialist species from Arctic to tropical biomes to assess how environment and biomechanics interact to influence movement behaviour. 


MSc Animal Behaviour

Manchester Metropolitan University 2019-2020

Distinction, Vice-Chancellor International Scholarship


PGc Counselling and Psychology

University of California, Berkeley 2018-2019



BA Psychological Sciences

University of California, Santa Barbara 2013-2017

Areas of expertise

  • QL Zoology
  • Animal Behaviour
  • Evolutionary biology
  • Climate Change
  • Biomechanics


  • Animal Behaviour
  • Evolutionary Biology
  • Climate Change
  • Biomechanics


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