Professor Jonathan Grey

Reader (in Practice)

Research Overview

Jonathan has spent the last 20 years applying various stable isotope approaches to answer ecological questions, primarily in aquatic ecosystems. He has two main threads to his research: the role of methane-derived carbon fuelling freshwater food webs, and assessing the direct and indirect effects of invasive non-native species (crayfish and amphipods in particular) within recipient ecosystems.

As Professor in Practice with The Wild Trout Trust, Jonathan will be developing future research to tackle issues (e.g. connectivity, habitat degradation / restoration, stocking) affecting the iconic sentinel species, the brown trout (Salmo trutta).