In the news
Awarded the Banting Postdoctoral Research Fellowship and Killam Postdoctoral Fellowship!
I was recently awarded the 2020 Banting Postdoctoral Research Fellowship and the UBC Killam Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to work on cumulative effects on interacting killer whale, salmon, seal and herring ecosystems. For a spotlight on my research click here.
"Endangered whales won't reach half of pre-hunting numbers by 2100"
The Guardian, 22 Aug 2017
MARXAN GOES TO BARCELONA!
Decision Point, December 2015
The Tulloch twins take the world’s most used conservation planning software to Spain for a five-day course. allowing participants a first-ever glimpse of exciting new ways to incorporate uncertainty into spatial decisions.
We discuss our framework that helps identify conservation actions that are both affordable and achieve have the greatest benefit for imperilled animals and plants.
Rapid Marine Biodiversity Assessment
I was part of an international team of researchers and representatives from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), working on gathering baseline biodiversity data for the proposed Tun Mustapha Marine Park in Sabah, Borneo.