Anthony Caravaggi

  • Lecturer in Conservation Biology
  • Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science
Anthony Caravaggi

About Me

I am a Lecturer in Conservation Biology and Course Leader for BSc (Hons) International Wildlife Biology. My research focuses on increasing our understanding of the various aspects of species-specific and community ecology. I use field studies, remote-sensing and contemporary and historical data, along with R code and GIS software, to answer robust questions related to species distributions, community ecology, habitat selection, and anthropogenic impacts. My work has implications for and informs conservation and management processes, policy, and commercial enterprises. I am the Editor of the journal Milvus and Associate Editor of the journal Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation. I am also a member of the BES Welsh Policy Group.
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Skills And Qualifications

  • Mammal surveys
  • Bird surveys
  • Reptile surveys
  • Marine mammal surveys
  • Invertebrate surveys
  • Species identification
  • Bird ringing
  • Statistical Analysis
  • Science Communication
  • Project Management

Interests

  • Reading
  • Music
  • Hiking
  • Bird watching
  • Boardgames
  • Movies
  • Sketching
  • Weightlifting
  • Playing with my daughter

Responsibilities

  • Conservation biology
  • Population ecology
  • Movement ecology
  • Threatened species
  • Invasive species
  • Spatial ecology

Publications And Past Projects

  • Supporting Hen Harriers In Novel Environments
  • The importance of winter ecology for the conservation management of Hen Harriers (Circus cyaneus) in Ireland
  • Understanding movement ecology and species co-occurrence with camera traps
  • Managing hares at Dublin airport
  • Impacts on freshwater invertebrates in UK uplands and the evaluation of monitoring and management techniques
  • Towards an applied conservation management framework for Avocets in Wales
  • Collision hotspots and probabilities for polecats in Wales
  • The impacts of mice on breeding seabirds of Gough Island
  • Book CoverInvasion ecology of non-native European brown hares and their impact on the endemic Irish hare