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Dr. Henrik Hannemann


Henrik’s research interests at university targeted the cross-section of ecology and economics. His work draws on the best possible evidence for conservation policies and their scientific basis across an interdisciplinary background examining their suitability for the future under changing climatic conditions and shifting biodiversity baselines. After graduating from St Andrews, he continued his studies at Oxford completing both an MSc in Biodiversity, Conservation and Management and a DPhil in Zoology.

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