Dr Jake Snaddon
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Jake Snaddon’s research interests are in biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and ecosystem services, with particular reference to entomology, tropical forest and conservation. His current research focuses on two board topics: 1) the detection and monitoring of biodiversity and cryptic forest disturbance (hunting) using acoustic monitoring systems and 2) maintenance of biodiversity and ecosystem functioning in tropical forest and agricultural landscapes, with the dual goal at managing forest conservation and sustainable intensification of agricultural practices. He teaches applied quantitative methods and ecology and conservation modules at undergraduate level and supervises undergraduate and masters projects across a board range of topics relating to biodiversity and conservation.