Dr Jos Barlow

Senior Lecturer
My research examines the effects of humans on tropical forest biodiversity, addressing land-use change (the conversion of primary forests for agricultural land-uses), forest degradation (through selective logging and understorey wildfires), and the wildlife value of secondary forest regeneration. I work with a variety of faunal and floral taxa, including birds, butterflies, dung-beetles and trees and lianas. More information, research outputs and photos are available at www.tropicalforestresearch.org.