Dr Eva Raebel
I graduated from a BSc in Biology and Environmental Geography at University of Middlesex in 2004 after a mark and recapture study on the daily patterns and movements of damselflies in a lake in Czech Republic.
In 2005 I gained an MSc in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation at Imperial College after completing my thesis on the 'Cooperative nesting among solitary wasps: clues to the origins of sociality', where I investigated the evolution of sociality by nest densities and larval survival in relation to pressures from parasitic wasps on the genus Cerceris.
I joined WIdCRU in 2005 to undertake my DPhil.
Conservation Biology, Freshwater Ecology, Entomology, Evolution, Behavioural and Spatial Ecology
ProjectsEcology and conservation of Dragonflies (Odonata) in farmland ponds
Eva and Coenagrion puella