Project Locations

Conservation and ecology of the saiga antelope

Conservation and ecology of the saiga antelope

This has been an ongoing research interest of the group for over 20 years, although centered around the ecology and…

Conservation and ecology of the saiga antelope

Conservation and ecology of the saiga antelope

This has been an ongoing research interest of the group for over 20 years, although centered around the ecology and…

Conservation and ecology of the saiga antelope

Conservation and ecology of the saiga antelope

This has been an ongoing research interest of the group for over 20 years, although centered around the ecology and…

Conservation and ecology of the saiga antelope

Conservation and ecology of the saiga antelope

This has been an ongoing research interest of the group for over 20 years, although centered around the ecology and…

Tackling Small-Scale Illegal Fishing in Chile

Researcher name: Rodrigo Oyanedel

Period: 10.18 – 10-.22

Title of DPhil/research: Tackling Small-Scale Illegal Fishing in Chile…

Exploring the effective use of celebrities in wildlife demand reduction; changing perceptions of pangolins in Vietnam

Researcher: Alegria Olmedo

Period: 2018/2021

This research is linked to a wider project 'The Oxford Martin Programme on the Illegal…

Assessing conservation successes in government, policy, and business using the IUCN Green List of Species

Researcher: Molly Grace

Period: September 2017- 2021

This project is linked to : The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Green…

Assessing conservation successes in government, policy, and business using the IUCN Green List of Species

Researcher: Molly Grace

Period: September 2017- 2021

This project is linked to : The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Green…

Mental health in a conservation landscape: psychological dynamics of living in proximity to primates in western Uganda

Researcher: Thomas Pienkowski 

Period: September 2017 – June 2021Funder: Natural Environment Research Council Doctoral Training…

Exploring the effective use of celebrities in wildlife demand reduction: changing perceptions of pangolins in Vietnam

Postdoctoral Researcher: Dan Challender

Period: April 2018 – March 2021

Funder: National Geographic Society

Why eat wild meat?

 

Researchers: Stephanie Brittain, EJ Milner-Gulland

Partners: IIED, Living Earth, Fondation Camerounaise de la Terre Vivante (FCTV Cameroon)…

Sustainable Land Use for Smallholder Farming Communities in Papua New Guinea.

Researcher: Mirjam Hazenbosch

Period: July 2016 – September 2020

Title of DPhil: Sustainable Land Use for Smallholder Farming…

Sustainable Land Use for Smallholder Farming Communities in Papua New Guinea.

Researcher: Mirjam Hazenbosch

Period: July 2016 – September 2020

Title of DPhil: Sustainable Land Use for Smallholder Farming…

Sustainable Land Use for Smallholder Farming Communities in Papua New Guinea.

Researcher: Mirjam Hazenbosch

Period: July 2016 – September 2020

Title of DPhil: Sustainable Land Use for Smallholder Farming…

Sustainable Land Use for Smallholder Farming Communities in Papua New Guinea.

Researcher: Mirjam Hazenbosch

Period: July 2016 – September 2020

Title of DPhil: Sustainable Land Use for Smallholder Farming…

The Oxford Martin Programme on The Illegal Wildlife Trade

Programme Coordinator: Nafeesa Esmail 

Researchers: E.J. Milner-Gulland, Joss Wright, Hunter Doughty, Vian Sharif, Michael 't Sas Rolfes, Amy Hinsley,…

The Oxford Martin Programme on The Illegal Wildlife Trade

Programme Coordinator: Nafeesa Esmail 

Researchers: E.J. Milner-Gulland, Joss Wright, Hunter Doughty, Vian Sharif, Michael 't Sas Rolfes, Amy Hinsley,…

The Oxford Martin Programme on The Illegal Wildlife Trade

Programme Coordinator: Nafeesa Esmail 

Researchers: E.J. Milner-Gulland, Joss Wright, Hunter Doughty, Vian Sharif, Michael 't Sas Rolfes, Amy Hinsley,…

The Oxford Martin Programme on The Illegal Wildlife Trade

Programme Coordinator: Nafeesa Esmail 

Researchers: E.J. Milner-Gulland, Joss Wright, Hunter Doughty, Vian Sharif, Michael 't Sas Rolfes, Amy Hinsley,…

The Oxford Martin Programme on The Illegal Wildlife Trade

Programme Coordinator: Nafeesa Esmail 

Researchers: E.J. Milner-Gulland, Joss Wright, Hunter Doughty, Vian Sharif, Michael 't Sas Rolfes, Amy Hinsley,…

Bushmeat hunting and trade dynamics in northern Ghana

Researcher name:  Hannah Sackey

Period: August 2016 – July 2020

Title of DPhil:  Bushmeat hunting and trade dynamics in northern…

Information Transfer and the Effectiveness of Behaviour Change Strategies in Conservation

Researcher: Emiel de Lange 

Period: 2016 – 2020

Funder:  Nerc

Other esearchers: Aidan Keane (Supervisor…

Measuring impacts of conservation interventions on human wellbeing and the environment in Northern Cambodia

Researchers: Henry Travers, Tom Clements, E.J. Milner-Gulland

Period: April 2017 – January 2020

Funder: 3ie: International…

Learning From Observational Data To Improve Protected Area Management

Researchers: Harriet Ibbett, Aidan Keane, E.J. Milner-Gulland, Colin Beale, Andy Dobson,

Period: January 2016-January 2019

Funder:…

Robust Wildlife Population Monitoring Under Challenging Conditions

Researcher: Stephanie Brittain

Period: October 2015- October 2019

Funder:  NERC CASE  

Other researchers:…

Can Health Investments Benefit Conservation and Sustainable Development?

Researchers: E.J. Milner-Gulland, Henry Travers

Period: May 2016 to May 2019

Funder: Darwin Initiative

Achieving No Net Loss For Communities And Biodiversity In Uganda

Researchers: Victoria Griffiths, E.J. Milner-Gulland, Julia Baker & Joseph Bull

Period: April 2016 – April 2019

Funder:

The Oxford Martin TNC Climate Partnership

Researchers: Cecilia Larrosa, EJ Milner-Gulland, Professor Myles Allen, Professor Yadvinder Malhi, 

Period: April 2016- March 2019

Working With Business & Applying Conservation Science

Why we are working with business on biodiversity

We can see a positive shift in industry with businesses increasingly taking notice of biodiversity. This is not only to protect it for its…

Working With Business & Applying Conservation Science

Why we are working with business on biodiversity

We can see a positive shift in industry with businesses increasingly taking notice of biodiversity. This is not only to protect it for its…

Working With Business & Applying Conservation Science

Why we are working with business on biodiversity

We can see a positive shift in industry with businesses increasingly taking notice of biodiversity. This is not only to protect it for its…

Working With Business & Applying Conservation Science

Why we are working with business on biodiversity

We can see a positive shift in industry with businesses increasingly taking notice of biodiversity. This is not only to protect it for its…

Framing multidisciplinary approaches to bycatch mitigation: illustrations from commercial and small-scale fishery case studies

Researcher: William Arlidge

Period: Jan 2016 – Jan 2019

Will's research is linked to: Developing Innovative Bycatch Reduction…

Development and use of environmental indicators to inform international policy

 

Researcher: Mike Burgass

Period: 2014-2018

Title of research: Development and use of environmental indicators to inform…

“Socio-ecological resilience of tropical smallholder agricultural systems” and “Building Resilience to the Impacts of El Niño: Lessons from the Field” event

Researcher: Annalyse Moskeland

Annalyse's work is linked to NERC’s Understanding the Impacts of the Current El Niño Event research programme:

Funder:…

Disentangling the net: the socio-ecological dynamics of mosquito net fishing

Researcher: Rebecca Short

Period: 2014 - 2018

Title of PhD: Disentangling the net: the socio-ecological dynamics of mosquito net…

Promoting Resilience of Subsistence Farming to El Niño Events in Papua New Guinea: An Integrated Social-Ecological Approach

 

Period: April 2016-October 2017

Funder:  NERC and DFID through their Understanding the Impacts of the Current El Niño Event research programme…