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 [...]
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 [...]
Joanna Coleman2023-02-10T01:58:49+00:00February 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 [...]
Joanna Coleman2022-12-04T19:33:00+00:00December 4th, 2022|Comments Off on New paper – how do stakeholders view the issue of bat conservation & management?
As you may know, bats are, in many cultures and contexts, undeservedly maligned. The COVID-19 pandemic may have exacerbated that. Most likely, a species of horseshoe bat was the original reservoir for the viral ancestor [...]
Joanna Coleman2022-05-20T22:36:06+00:00May 20th, 2022|Comments Off on And then there were 6
Introducing our newest lab member, Taylor Rubin, who will do her PhD research with us. Taylor comes with a slightly unconventional and super appealing background. She obtained her master’s degree in neuroscience and animal behaviour [...]