Senior GIS Analyst, RSPB
Thomas is interested in working at the nexus of earth observation data, historic museum research and citizen science to understand species’ ecological niches, habitats and global ecosystem change. In addition to his role as Senior GIS Analyst with the RSPB, Thomas is Chair of the Cambridge Conservation Forum GIS Group, Community Manager of the WILDLABS.NET GIS Group, a Member of the IUCN WCPA Connectivity Conservation Specialist Group and a Charter Member of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation.
Islands in the desert: Environmental distribution modelling of endemic flora reveals the extent of Pleistocene tropical relict vegetation in southern Arabia
A new frog species of the subgenus Asperomantis (Anura, Mantellidae, Gephyromantis) from the Bealanana District of northern Madagascar
Developing models to estimate the occurrence in the English countryside of Great Crested Newts, a protected species under the Habitats Directive https://kar.kent.ac.uk/65747/
The identification of models to improve decision-making processes relating to the impact of developments on Great Crested Newts. – WC1108
Jersey NARRS Report 2007 – 2012: Results of the first full NARRS cycle in Jersey: setting the baseline