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Dr Jane Catford

Biographical details

Jane Catford joined King's Geography in September 2018. Before moving to King’s, she was a Lecturer in Community Ecology at the University of Southampton. From 2012-2016, she held a research fellowship with the Australian Research Council, and worked at The University of Melbourne, University of Minnesota and Australian National University. She has worked as a consultant on projects involving: the prediction and management of exotic plant invasion; river health and environmental flow assessments; river restoration and rehabilitation; water sensitive urban design and the design of constructed wetlands. 

She completed her PhD at the University of Melbourne (Plant community composition and exotic invasion in River Murray wetlands: the effect of propagule pressure, abiotic conditions and river regulation). She did a BA/BSc(Hons) at Monash University majoring in ecology, geography and politics. 

She is an Editor for the journals Conservation Letters, Journal of Ecology and Neobiota, and is a member of the British Ecological Society's Publications Committee. 

Editorial activity

Conservation Letters (Journal)

Jane Catford (Editor)

2017 → …

Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial workEditorial activity

Neobiota (Journal)

Jane Catford (Editor)

2016 → …

Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial workEditorial activity

JOURNAL OF ECOLOGY (Journal)

Jane Catford (Editor)

2016 → …

Activity: Publication peer-review and editorial workEditorial activity

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