New paper

August 15th, 2023|Comments Off on New paper

In this collaborative paper by 59 co-authors, we asked how the community traits for diverse animals (amphibians, bats, bees, birds, carabid beetles and reptiles) shift with increasing urban land cover in 379 cities around [...]

New paper

June 20th, 2023|Comments Off on New paper

Just out - a paper with my former undergraduate honours students Deon LUM and YAO Xinyi, whose data were used. We worked along pedestrian footpaths (3.5m tall luminaires) in Singapore and found that shifting from [...]

Featured in National Geographic

February 10th, 2023|Comments Off on Featured in National Geographic

As a teen & young adult, the only magazine I ever subscribed to (and amassed quite a collection of) was National Geographic (NatGeo). Each month, the latest issue would arrive, and I would pore over [...]

Urban Bats – finally published !

January 6th, 2023|Comments Off on Urban Bats – finally published !

What a great start to the new year - our book is out, showcasing many diverse facets of the urban ecology of bats, with chapters co-authored by > 40 diverse authors based in many different [...]

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