I am a seabird scientist undertaking a PhD on the habitat preferences of Southern Ocean albatrosses and petrels. Previously I worked for a global conservation NGO, where my research focussed on analysing tracking data to understand which areas of the ocean seabirds frequent, and integrating this with other data such as threats to species to inform our seabird conservation work.
After completing my undergraduate degree in Zoology, I pursued a Masters' in Systems Biology to develop my mathematical and computational skills. At BirdLife I contributed to various conservation research projects and discovered a passion for using new tools and technologies to tackle problems in efficient and reproducible ways.
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Carneiro, A.P.B., Pearmain, E.J., Oppel, S. et al. (2020) A framework for mapping the distribution of seabirds by integrating tracking, demography and phenology.
Journal of Applied Ecology
Dias, M.P., Martin, R., Pearmain, E.J., et al. (2019) Threats to seabirds: a global assessment.
Clay, T.A., Pearmain, E.J., McGill., R.A.R., Manica, A., Phillips, R.A. (2018) Age-related variation in non-breeding foraging behaviour and carry-over effects on fitness in an extremely long-lived bird.