Hi there, my name is Martin Jung and I’m currently a PhD research student at the University of Sussex, UK. In my PhD I investigate the impact of land-cover/land-use dynamics on biodiversity outcomes. Originally from Germany, I did my bachelors in biology at the University of Marburg, where I studied biology with majors in conservation, biodiversity and ecology.  Afterwards I obtained a MSc degree from the University of Copenhagen, where I focused on biodiversity models and conservation. I enjoy conserving nature and want to help in any possible way to reduce the stress we put on our precious earth.

I am interested in any news, technics or information about Nature Conservation and Ecology. I will also try to share my knowledge in return.

My Research Interests currently are

  • Macroecology
  • Biogeography and Conservation GIS
  • Remote-sensing and applied geography
  • Natural Resource Management in the face of global change
  • Conservation Biology in general
  • Taxonomy, Ecology and Conservation of birds and invertebrates (mostly Butterflies, Dragonflies and bugs)
  • Ecosystem Services (Pollination, Seed dispersal, … )

Feel free to contact me here on the blog or via LinkedIN or ResearchGate!


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