Assistant Ecologist, BSc(hons)
J ulia has experience with a range of ecological surveys including Phase 1 habitat assessments and various protected species surveys, particularly bat activity surveys.
As an undergraduate Biology student, her interest in bat ecology led to researching the taxonomy and ecology of African bat species in Ghana, West Africa. As a Master’s student in Applied Ecology at the University of Gloucestershire, Julia’s additional skills include advanced data analysis and experience in GIS mapping using various software including ArcGIS and QGIS. Julia has been volunteering with Gloucestershire Centre for Environmental Records as an Environmental Records Intern, where she was responsible for using QGIS to digitise and georeference historic Phase 1 habitat maps. Julia is a student member of CIEEM and is training towards her bat and great crested newt licences.