I am often keen on embarking on some sort of collaboration when it comes to wildlife biology in a broad sense. My level of involvement will differ, from sharing a dataset and giving my input on a manuscript approaching submission, to actually running analyses, and writing pieces of a paper. If you think we have common research interests, and you would like to collaborate either on your data or possibly on mine (although other people might need to be involved in that case, as I don’t really ‘own’ any data), let’s have a chat! I would be happy to contribute my skills in spatial and animal movement analyses and modelling, to some extent my statistical skills, and my knowledge of large carnivore-, ungulate-, African savannah-, and dispersal ecology.
I enjoy collaborating with post-graduate students, and have had very positive experiences so far with remote mentoring. Examples of students’ work I collaborated with can be found here, here, here, here, and here. I am currently involved at various degrees with advising students in South Africa, the USA, France and Belgium. It is nowadays so easy to communicate via email and Skype or the likes that the only constrain, really, is time zone difference. I will also honestly decline if I feel I will have no time to invest, because I don’t want to let you down after I started getting involved.