People » Claudia Havranek

DPhil Candidate, Department of Plant Sciences

Claudia’s research focuses on optimising conservation in a functional, agricultural landscape. She considers how land management techniques affect levels of plant diversity and the agricultural yield on British farmland. Her fieldwork is based on the Ditchley Park Estate, Oxfordshire.

Claudia is particularly interested in the importance and effectiveness of agri-environment schemes, with respect to hedgerows and landscape heterogeneity.


People » Kathy Willis

Professor of Biodiversity & Director of Science at Kew Gardens

Kathy's research interests focus on biodiversity responses to environmental change and the dynamic processes of species and their interactions with the environment over a range of timescales.