Dr Katie Dunkley Zoom Lecture
THE REEF NETWORK:
HOW SPECIES INTERACTIONS SHAPE HEALTHY REEFS
Katie Dunkley is the Charles Darwin and Galápagos Islands Fellow at Christ’s College. She is a behavioural ecologist who aims to understand the dynamics of animal interactions and ecological networks. Her research focuses on behavioural interactions at a community level to explore how and why animals interact. She is particularly interested in understanding how changing ecological, environmental, and social conditions influence interaction outcomes. She is passionate about the marine environment and its conservation, with her previous and future research focusing on coral reefs.
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