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Amy Williams Schwartz

Research student

I'm a PhD researcher with Project Splatter studying the interactions between wildlife and roads.

My research interests include:

  • Citizen science and public engagement
  • Animal behaviour and how this can be studied through roadkill monitoring
  • Impacts of roads on wildlife, both direct (roadkill) and indirect (e.g. habitat fragmentation, disturbance)

Research interests

Publications:

Schwartz, A. L. W., Williams, H. F., Chadwick, E., Thomas, R. J., & Perkins, S. E. (2018). Roadkill scavenging behaviour in an urban environmentJournal of Urban Ecology4(1), juy006.

Schwartz, A. L. W., Brooks, L. S. G., Vafidis, J., Smith, J. M., & Thomas, R. J. (2018). Scavenging of dead songbird chicks by a Tawny Owl. British Birds 111, p479-482.

Thesis

Impacts of roads on wildlife

Funding source

KESS 2

Photo of Sarah Perkins

Dr Sarah Perkins

Lecturer

Dr Robert Thomas

Dr Robert Thomas

Lecturer