Prof Andrew Pullin

Professor of Evidence-based Conservation

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Email: a.s.pullin@bangor.ac.uk

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Research Interests: I am Director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation and interested in the concept of evidence synthesis and evidence-based practice in environmental management. In 2007 I co-founded the Collaboration for Environmental Evidence (CEE, www.environmentalevidence.org), an NGO that promotes the conduct and dissemination of systematic reviews of evidence on environmental impacts of human actions and effectiveness of environmental management and policy interventions worldwide. The CEE acts as a reliable, open-access, source of evidence to inform decision making in conservation and environmental management and policy. Current interests include imp[roving the rigour and efficiency of evidence synthesis methods and improving communication of findings to diverse audiences. I am also Editor of the CEE Journal ‘Environmental Evidence’.

  1. 2015
  2. Measuring the effectiveness of conservation governance, policies and programmes in forest protected areas

    Author: Macura, B., Jan 2015

    Supervisor: Pullin, A. (Supervisor) & Laura, S. (External person) (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy

  3. Process and drivers of vegetation change in African drylands : a case study of Yankari Game Reserve

    Author: Fada, S., Jan 2015

    Supervisor: Pullin, A. (Supervisor) & Gibbons, J. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy

  4. The effects of restoration on biodiversity, water quality and greenhouse gas fluxes in a rich fen peatland

    Author: Menichino, N., Jan 2015

    Supervisor: Fenner, N. (Supervisor), Pullin, A. (Supervisor), Jones, L. (External person) (Supervisor) & Evans, C. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy

  5. 2014
  6. Does Co-Management programme reconcile community interests and forest conservation:A Case study of Malawi

    Author: Chinangwa, L., Jan 2014

    Supervisor: Pullin, A. (Supervisor) & Hockley, N. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctor of Philosophy