Professor Tim Coulson

Research Interests

I research how demographic rates vary across genotypes, phenotypes and environments. With my group I identify the ecological, evolutionary and conservation consequences of this variation. We use a mix of field observations, laboratory experiments, statistical analysis of data and the construction and analysis of mathematical models. The systems I am currently working on are Trinidadian guppies, Yellowstone wolves, and silvereyes. All these projects are collaborative -- please see collaborators page for further details.

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I have published over 180 peer reviewed papers.  These have been cited >14500 times and I have an h-score of 62.  An up-to-date publication list is available here