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Tamara’s MSc by research focuses on citizen science within landscape-scale, nature-based recovery initiatives. Tamara will explore the development of citizen science methodology for biological recording with the aim of producing reliable biological records.
The MSc by research is funded by the Evolution and Education Trust and is a collaboration between the Countryside and Community Research Institute and the Royal Agricultural University.
Tamara is supervised by Professor Anne Goodenough (University of Gloucestershire), Associate Professor Matt Reed (CCRI); Professor Adam Hart (University of Gloucestershire) and Associate Professor Chris Short (CCRI)
Tamara’s broad research interests include biodiversity, food sustainability and natural resources, citizen science and science education. Tamara has 15 years of teaching and examiner experience of biology and wildlife ecology courses at a further and higher educational level, as well as producing webinars on climate change and sustainability education for an online college.
- BSc (Hons) Zoology
- MSc Biological Diversity
- MSc Food Sustainability and Natural Resources
- PGCE FE
- PGCert HE
- UCert Biological recording and species identification.
- Qualifying CIEEM membership
- British Ecological Association
- The Tutors’ Association.