Core Review Panel
Sally is a Senior Lecturer at the Lancaster Environment Centre of Lancaster University. Her team coalesces around the new field of macrobehaviour – aiming to understand the links between animal behaviour, species coexistence and large-scale patterns in diversity and distributions. Sally’s work aims to advance ecological concepts and evidence in a way that is applicable across biomes and taxa, primarily using coral reefs as a hyperdiverse model system. Coral reefs are one of the most threatened ecosystems in the world, so the mission to understand, and predict, how ecological patterns and processes respond to environmental change provides a key context to Sally’s research.