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I am an environmental social scientist with a track record of delivering interdisciplinary and applied research. I work with conservation practitioners to understand conservation problems and develop solutions.

A presentation about my PhD research (completed May 2021) at the 2019 National Geographic Explorer Spotlight in Munich.

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Effects of social networks on interventions to change conservation behavior

Social networks are critical to the success of behavioral interventions in conservation because network processes such as information flows and social influence can enable behavior change to spread beyond a targeted group. We investigated these mechanisms in the context of a social marketing campaign to promote a wildlife poisoning hotline in Cambodia. With questionnaire surveys … Continue reading Effects of social networks on interventions to change conservation behavior

Combining simulation and empirical data to explore the scope for social network interventions in conservation

Conservationists can use social network analysis to improve targeting for behaviour-change interventions, selecting individuals to target who will go on to inform or influence others. However, collecting sociometric data is expensive. Using empirical data from a case study in Cambodia and simulations we examine the conditions under which collecting this data is cost-effective. Our results … Continue reading Combining simulation and empirical data to explore the scope for social network interventions in conservation

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