Dr Martin Dallimer

Martin is Associate Professor in the School of Earth and Environment. Martin applies research techniques from across different disciplines to understand and better inform biodiversity conservation and ecosystem services management in a human-dominated world. To date, Martin’s work has included (i) using economic valuation techniques to determine whether people’s preferences for biodiversity and ecosystem service provision varies across international boundaries; (ii) urban ecosystems and human-wildlife interactions (e.g. the role that biodiversity plays as a source of well-being in urban green spaces; using stated preference techniques to value urban biodiversity); and (iii) land-use change/management (e.g. small islands, urbanisation, upland agro-ecosystems).