My second paper has just been published! It can be found at the following link:
Just published AudioSlides through Elsevier for my Animal Behaviour paper.
My first paper "A comparative study of how British tits encode predator threat information in their mobbing calls" is officially available today (http://10.1016/j.anbehav.2017.01.011). Anyone can download it from the following link until April 11, 2017 : https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1Uayo_4tk~4NS
My first paper was officially accepted into Animal Behaviour. It is titled "A comparative study of how British tits encode predator threat in their mobbing calls", and I will post a link when it becomes available.
I gave a talk about my rather circuitious path to doing a PhD as well as Bioacoustics and my research to my old grammar school. It was a lot of fun and the kids were amazing!
Today I got to help out with a ringing demonstration for Strathkinness Primary School arranged by Karen Spencer. I assisted Leverhulme Early Career Research Fellow Jeroen Minderman and Shirley Millar (a member of the Tay Ringing Group), along with Sophie Edwards, who is currently studying nest building in tits. It was amazing.
I participated in The XX Factor, a part of Explorathon 2016, which is an event celebrating discovery which engages and entertains the public. This year Explorathon held events all over Scotland to celebrate European Researchers’ Night. For The XX Factor six women have three minutes to explain their research and their journey to where they are now. I won most inspirational speaker!!