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Adriana De Palma

Natural History Museum
Postdoctoral Researcher
Natural History Museum, London
I'm a postdoctoral researcher at the Natural History Museum in London, England. My primary research interest is in using data synthesis to understand the spatial and temporal responses of biodiversity to anthropogenic change (particularly land-use change and intensification), with a particular focus on insect pollinators. I work with the PREDICTS project (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity in Changing Terrestrial Systems, www.predicts.org.uk) which aims to produce robust models of biodiversity loss under different land-use policies and management decisions. Please come and talk to me about anything really! But in particular, do speak to me if you are interested in exploring how our decisions about agricultural expansion and management are impacting the natural world, or in exploring how biodiversity can underpin food security.