Professional summary

Hannah is an ecological data scientist based in the Land Use group at UKCEH Lancaster. She works on several projects, applying her skills in statistical analysis and data science techniques. Recently, she has focused on integrated modelling of long-term vegetation datasets to look at trends over time in UK vegetation communities and the drivers behind them. She is also interested in understanding the drivers of change in invertebrate communities, with a recent focus on investigating the effects of air pollution and agri-environment schemes.

2022 – present: Ecological Data Scientist, UKCEH Lancaster.
2021 – 2023: Master's by Research, Lancaster University.
2019 – 2022: Research Associate – Ecological Data Scientist, UKCEH Lancaster.
2018 – 2019: Ecological Data Officer, North & East Yorkshire Ecological Data Centre.
2015 – 2018: BSc Ecology, University of York.