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Eleanor Tew

Eleanor Tew

PhD Student

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Research Interests

I am particularly interested in how ecological understanding and evidence can inform detailed, effective and pragmatic conservation solutions. My PhD focuses on the practicality of using the natural capital approach to guide land-use decisions and deliver biodiversity gains. I am working with the Forestry Commission, using Thetford Forest and the Brecks to study ecosystem service trade-offs and optimality at a scale relevant to land management decisions.

My PhD is funded by NERC, as a CASE studentship with the Forestry Commission.

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