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Paula is interested in answering ecological, conservation and resource management questions applying quantitative techniques. She did her Ph.D working at the Fagan Lab where theoretical models and quantitative methods are used in very different projects in ecology and conservation. Her project addressed different techniques to study biodiversity in remote environments. Previously to come to New Zealand, Paula worked briefly at the British Antarctic Survey trying to map the floral diversity of the Antarctic Peninsula. Here she is working on understanding rapid evolutionary processes in biological control systems in New Zealand pastures.