Heather Ewart

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Overview

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. 

Qualifications

MSc Animal Behaviour

Manchester Metropolitan University 2019-2020

Distinction, Vice-Chancellor International Scholarship

 

PGc Counselling and Psychology

University of California, Berkeley 2018-2019

Distinction

 

BA Psychological Sciences

University of California, Santa Barbara 2013-2017

Areas of expertise

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

Keywords

  • Animal Behaviour
  • Evolutionary Biology
  • Climate Change
  • Biomechanics

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