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Victoria Burton

  • Postgraduate Student
  • Imperial College London
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Research interests

Soil biodiversity

About

I completed a BSc in Natural Sciences with the Open University in 2011 followed by an MSc in Taxonomy and Biodiversity at Imperial College London. My PhD at Imperial based in PREDICTS at the Natural History Museum, London focuses on soil and litter biodiversity, investigating how the composition of these communities will respond to predicted land use change in the UK.

Co-authors (521)

  • Nicolas Urbina-Cardona

Publications (5)

  • An introduction to beetles - Report on the workshop held at the Natural History Museum in March

    • Hodge P
    • Burton V
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  • Earthworm Watch: Using citizen science to model and map soil ecosystem services

    • Burton V
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  • EntoSci16 - a conference for future and budding entomologists

    • Burton V
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  • Raptorial Legs - not just for the praying mantis!

    • Burton V
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  • Unearth the world of earthworms

    • Burton V
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Professional experience

Postgraduate Student

Imperial College London

October 2014 - Present

Field Assistant (Ecology)

The University of Reading

April 2014 - October 2014(6 months)

Volunteer, Soil Biodiversity Group

Natural History Museum, London, UK

September 2013 - September 2014(a year)

Education

PhD

Imperial College London

October 2014

University Certificate in Biological Recording and Species Identification

Manchester Metropolitan University

April 2012 - October 2013(2 years)

MSc Taxonomy and Biodiversity

Imperial College London

September 2012 - September 2013(a year)

BSc Natural Sciences

The Open University

May 2005 - December 2011(7 years)