Senior Research Ecologist
Graham works on the design and analysis of results of national surveys of wild birds. He is responsible for the development of Wetland Bird Survey Database, Wetland Bird Survey Alerts system and Waterbird Indicators. He also researches into factors driving population trends in waterbirds.
Graham is also responsible for the development of BTO's GIS capabilities (including staff training).
Interests & Responsibilities
Research into the effects of climate change on wintering waterbird distributions. Development of predictive models for assessing the effects of habitat change on waterbird populations.
Qualified ringer with an endorsement to train other ringers.