Dr James Bull
I am an associate professor in the Department of Biosciences at Swansea University, UK. I am a theoretical and experimental ecologist, particularly interested in the population-level consequences of movement, as well as disease ecology. These research areas often overlap as free living organisms come into contact with transmissible agents of infectious disease. I use a combination of mathematical modelling, ecological experiments with model species, and field observations from natural ecosystems. My theoretical research into population and community ecology is grounded in the context of important applied problems such as food security, renewable energy, biodiversity loss, and invasive species. This has led me to work on numerous marine and terrestrial systems and species, with other members of the SpacePop group, as well as many friends and colleagues elsewhere.
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My CV is below (last updated 24/04/2019)...