Dr Alex Bond is an ecologist and conservation biologist based at the Natural History Museum (Tring, UK). His research covers myriad topics, but is typically centered around seabirds as sentinels of environmental condition. He uses a mix of lab, field, and analytical techniques to better understand natural and human-caused changes, including the impact of invasive species, chemical pollution, and marine debris.
Dr Bond is a key member Adrift Lab, as he co-supervises many of the graduate students and is integral to data collection on Lord Howe Island. His knowledge of statistics is greatly appreciated by all, as is his patience with students learning R for the first time!
You can follow him on Twitter at @TheLabAndField