Senior researcher and science programme manager
- Environmental Change Institute
- School of Geography and the Environment
Cecilia is a senior researcher with a passion for ecosystem functioning and a particular fondness for things that crawl and creep. She manages and coordinates the ecological work for the Leverhulme Centre for Nature Recovery (LCNR) around Oxfordshire where she is developing a gradient of grazing intensity for studies on the effectiveness of regenerative farming. Cecilia is involved with research coordination across the Wytham Green Estate where she in the process of establishing a network of baseline data that can be utilised by a wide range of research projects. She also runs a NERC funded project on the ecological and multitrophic impact of ash dieback in Wytham Woods as well as a master’s elective on Nature Recovery that aims to introduce the students to the complexities of nature recovery and the ongoing work at the LCNR.