BSc, MSc, PhD
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BSc, MSc, PhD
Dr Harry Marshall joined Forest Research in January 2022. Prior to joining FR, Harry held the position of research fellow in data science at the University of Nottingham’s N/Lab and Rights Lab, working on projects exploring the use of mass behavioural data sets to model vulnerability to modern slavery and population health.
Harry obtained his PhD in Conservation Social Science from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2021, having previously obtained a Master’s degree in Biodiversity and Conservation from Leeds University in 2016, and a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology in 2011. Harry’s expertise includes large-scale quantitative surveys, participatory research, machine learning, and both statistical and GIS analysis.
co-design of tree health policy options with land managers for resilient treescapes post EU-Exit as part of Future Farming and Countryside Programme (FFC)
Marshall, H., Collar, N.J., Lees, A.C., Moss, A., Yuda, P., Marsden, S.J., 2020. Spatio-temporal dynamics of consumer demand driving the Asian songbird crisis. Biological Conservation, 241, 108237. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2019.108237
Marshall, H., Collar, N.J., Lees, A.C., Moss, A., Yuda, P., Marsden, S.J., 2020. Characterizing bird-keeping user-groups on Java reveals distinct behaviours, profiles and potential for change. People and Nature, 00: 1–12. https://doi.org/10.1002/pan3.10132
Marshall, H., Lecuyer, L., & Calmé, S. 2020. Using local actors’ perceptions to evaluate a conservation tool: the case of the Mexican compensation scheme for predation in Calakmul. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. https://doi.org/10.1080/10871209.2020.1856452
Marshall, H., Glorizky, G.A., Collar, N.J., Lees, A.C., Moss, A., Yuda, P., Marsden, S.J. 2021. Understanding motivations and attitudes among songbird-keepers to identify best approaches to demand reduction. Conservation Science & Practice. https://doi.org/10.1111/csp2.507
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