I studied BSc (Hons.) Biology at Queen Mary, University in London, graduating in 2013, and for my dissertation project investigated the feasibility of utilising Geographic Profiling to reduce illegal rhino poaching by targeting poaching patrols.
Following this I studied MSc Applied Ecology and Conservation at University of East Anglia, graduating in 2014. I investigated spatial and temporal variation in insect prey of the European Roller (Coracias garrulus) in Southern France.
My PhD project is investigating the effects of climate change on interactions among three Antarctic penguin species (Gentoo, Chinstrap & Adélie), specifically focusing on populations at Signy Island, South Orkney Islands
University of Exeter and WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature)
Clewlow, Harriet L., Takahashi, Akinori, Watanabe, Shinichi, Votier, Stephen C., Downie, Rod, Ratcliffe, Norman. (2019) Niche partitioning of sympatric penguins by leapfrog foraging is resilient to climate change. Journal of Animal Ecology, 88. 223-235. 10.1111/1365-2656.12919
Dias, M.P., Warwick-Evans, Victoria, Carneiro, A.P.B., Harris, C., Lascelles, B.G., Clewlow, Harriet L., Manco, F., Ratcliffe, Norman, Trathan, Phil N.. (2019) Using habitat models to identify marine important bird and biodiversity areas for Chinstrap Penguins Pygoscelis antarcticus in the South Orkney Islands. Polar Biology, 42. 17-25. 10.1007/s00300-018-2404-4
Warwick-Evans, Victoria, Ratcliffe, Norman, Lowther, Andrew D., Manco, Fabrizio, Ireland, Louise, Clewlow, Harriet L., Trathan, Phil N.. (2018) Using habitat models for chinstrap penguins Pygoscelis antarctica to advise krill fisheries management during the penguin breeding season. Diversity and Distributions, 24. 1756-1771. 10.1111/ddi.12817
Dias, Maria P., Carneiro, Ana Paula Bertoldi, Warwick-Evans, Victoria, Harris, Colin, Lorenz, Katharina, Lascelles, Ben, Clewlow, Harriet L., Dunn, Michael J., Hinke, Jefferson T., Kim, Jeong-Hoon, Kokubun, Nobuo, Manco, Fabrizio, Ratcliffe, Norman, Santos, Mercedes, Takahashi, Akinori, Trivelpiece, Wayne, Trathan, Philip N.. (2018) Identification of marine important bird and biodiversity areas for penguins around the South Shetland Islands and South Orkney Islands. Ecology and Evolution, 8. 10520-10529. 10.1002/ece3.4519
ANTARCTIC BLOG: The many “hats” of a polar scientist
Blog 17 March, 2016