Ms Tara Anne O'Neil Garraty
PhD Candidate- Self Proposed in partnership with FundAmazonia
Project title; The Amazon as a Dynamic Social-Ecological System – Quantifying the links between climate, indigenous people, and biodiversity in the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve, Peru.
I am researching the impacts of climate change on the biodiversity and indigenous Cocama people of the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve in the Peruvian Amazon. I aim to quantify these impacts by implementing both ecological and social science methods in order to provide a deeper understanding of tropical ecosystems and climate change.
- MSc: Conservation Biology
University of Kent, 2015–2016
- BA: Psychology
University of Rhode Island , 2009–2013
- PublishedEcosystem service flows across the rural-urban spectrum
Lewis, S., Devenish, K., Dolan, R., Garraty, T. A. ON., Okosun, O. S., Scowen, M., Welivita, I. & Willcock, S., 1 Jul 2022, Exploring the Multiple Values of Nature - Connecting Ecosystems and People across Landscapes. Springer Nature, 8 p.
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter › peer-review