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    United Kingdom

  • PH1 2NX

    United Kingdom

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Research expertise

Dr Rosalind Bryce is an interdisciplinary researcher at the Centre for Mountain Studies (University of the Highlands and Islands) with interests that span the natural and social sciences. She has an ecological background and has extensive experience working on research projects on integrated land use, conservation management, tourism, environmental conflicts and the cultural value of nature. She is interested in exploring different methods for addressing environmental management issues in partnership with stakeholders and communities.

Academic Qualifications

  • PhD in Ecology, University of Aberdeen (NERC CASE studentship with CEH Banchory): The role of water voles as ecosystem engineers: species loss and ecosystem processes
  • BSc Hons in Zoology, University of Glasgow

Services expertise

  • The influence of social factors, such as values, motivations and social networks on decision making and responses to environmental problems.
  • Improving the integration of cultural ecosystem services into environmental decision making
  • Understanding how environmental research evidence is used in policy and practice
  • Integrated land use
  • Invasive species management
  • Ecosystem engineering


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