I am a community ecologist with interests in interaction networks and responses to global change. I use a mixture of theory, modelling, experiments and large datasets.

Currently I am a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Research fellow at the University of Oxford, where my project is ‘Climate change and species range shifts: accounting for ecological complexity‘. This will involve some small and large scale modelling, as well as lab experiments with Drosophila.

Previously, (2020-22) I was a post-doc at Queen Mary’s University London in the group of Axel Rossberg as part of a NERC Highlight Topic grant ‘Mechanisms and prediction of large-scale ecological responses to environmental change’. Before that I was part of the Community Ecology research group at the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford where I worked with Owen Lewis on a project looking at the effects of temperature on networks of Drosophila-parasitoid interactions. In my doctoral research (with Becky Morris and Mike Bonsall, also at Oxford) I studied interaction modifications in a network context.

For publications, see Google Scholar or ORCID (all so far are open access)

Email: christopher.terry[at]biology.ox.ac.uk

My CV is here (quite possibly out of date!)

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