Megan Barnes has a diverse background in behavioural ecology and both theoretical and applied conservation science,. She has expertise in both marine and
terrestrial ecosystems, global vertebrate fauna, tropical ecology, decision science, statistics, impact evaluation, protected areas management, and
conservation planning, and global protected areas policy.
Megan's research focuses on cost-effective decisions, monitoring and evaluation, global protected areas policy, and using innovative approaches to understand the status and trends of fauna in data poor contexts through the application of advanced statistical methods and emerging technologies.
You can follow Megan at https://mdbarnes.wordpress.com/