Meaghan Evans

Meg Evans is an Assistant Scientific Field Officer at the Danau Girang Field Centre, a collaborative research and training facility managed by the Sabah Wildlife Department and Cardiff University. She obtained her BSc in Zoology and Environmental Science from Miami University in 2012. Her principal research interests lie in the field of applied conservation ecology, specifically in examining mammalian responses to anthropogenic landscape fragmentation. Through her Ph.D. at Cardiff University, she is investigating the impacts of large-scale agriculture on the spatial ecology and ecotoxicology of virtually unknown small carnivore species.