Dr Lucy Hawkes
Lecturer in Physiological Ecology

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I am a physiological ecologist, whose work focuses on the costs and drivers of migration in vertebrates using emergent technologists such as satellite telemetry, heart rate logging, accelerometry and metabolic rate measurements. I use technical approaches including spatial ecology, remote sensing and respirometry to make empirical measurements that help in the understanding of amazing migratory performances. My work has also investigated the impact of external forcing factors, such as climate change and disease ecology on migration and breeding ecology. I am also a member of the Marine Turtle Research group.

Qualifications

2007 PhD Biological Sciences, University of Exeter
2002 BSc Marine Biology and Coastal Ecology, University of Plymouth

Career

2012-2013 Post doctoral researcher, Exeter University
2008-2012 BBSRC Post-doctoral researcher, Bangor University
2007-2008 WWF Central America (Marine Turtles and Climate Change Program Co-ordinator)
2002-2007 Post graduate education (PhD) & Employment (Naturalist)

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Tel+44 (0) 1326 259399
AddressDaphne du Maurier Building
University of Exeter
Penryn Campus
Penryn
Cornwall
TR10 9FE
UK

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