Jake M Martin
My research lies at the intersection of ecology, ethology and ecotoxicology. Broadly, I am interested in the impacts of anthropogenic disturbance on wildlife health—including the impacts of pollution on behavioural and physiological process—and the consequences such impacts may have on the fitness of exposed wildlife. To date, my research has investigated the effects of pharmaceutical and agricultural pollution on antipredator behaviours, reproductive behaviours, sociality, cognition and collective behaviour, as well as physiological processes like sperm production, metabolism and development.
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