Charles Perfect

David Pryce
Tory Milner
 
David Gilvear
Centre Director
Nigel Willby
Centre Director
Colin Bull
Senior Consultant
Stuart Bradley
Technician
Charles Perfect
Research Ecologist
Antoine Keruzoré
PhD Research
Alan Law
PhD Research
Melanie Van Niekerk
PhD Research
David Pryce
PhD Research
Fiona Thompson
PhD Reserach
Edward Nelson
PhD Research
 
   

Alan Law, BSc. MRes.
Research Student

tel: +44 (0) 1786 466542
e-mail: alan.law@stir.ac.uk / Website

Research

This project will focus a number of areas where beaver may have an effect; aquatic vegetation, riparian foraging and contribution of woody debris to river systems. Observations and experiments will be carried out within the trial area at Knapdale, Argyll and also on a private collection at Bamff Estate, Perthshire.

PhD Project

Evaluation of the ecological impacts of beaver reintroduction on Scottish aquatic systems

Funding: University of Stirling studentship

Supervisors: Prof David Gilvear, Dr Nigel Wilby

Start Date: 1st October 2010

Qualifications

2009 M.Res. Ecology and Environmental Biology - University of Glasgow.
2008 BSc. (Hons) Zoology - University of Glasgow.

Pulished articles (more)

Burdett, H., Kamenos, N. A. and Law, A. (2010). Using coralline algae to understand historic marine cloud cover. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology (In Press).

Kamenos, N. A. and Law, A. (2010). TEMPERATURE CONTROLS ON CORALLINE ALGAL SKELETAL GROWTH. Journal of Phycology 46 (2): 331-335.

Law, A., Clovis T., Lalsingh, G. R. and Downie, J. R. (2010). The influence of lunar, tidal and nocturnal phases on the nesting activity of leatherbacks (Dermochelys coriacea) in Tobago, West Indies. Marine Turtle Newsletter 127: 12-17.

   

Alan Law, BSc. MRes.
Research student

tel: +44 (0) 1786 466542
e-mail: alan.law@stir.ac.uk / Website