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Dr Felicity Edwards

Formerly at Lancaster University

Research overview

Felicity’s research focuses on the ecological impacts of land-use change in the tropics, particularly looking at how species’ interactions and ecosystem functions alter within changing environments. She is interested in how species network interactions are influenced by, and how the spatial distribution of functions are impacted by anthropogenic changes. She is a keen entomologist, with a particular interest in Scarabaeidae (Dung Beetles).

  • Published

    Secondary forest fragments offer important carbon and biodiversity cobenefits

    Matos, F. A. R., Magnago, L. F. S., Aquila Chan Miranda, C., de Menezes, L. F. T., Gastauer, M., Safar, N. V. H., Schaefer, C. E. G. R., da Silva, M. P., Simonelli, M., Edwards, F. A., Martins, S. V., Meira-Neto, J. A. A. & Edwards, D. P., 1/02/2020, In: Global Change Biology. 26, 2, p. 509-522 14 p.

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