Teaching Fellow Animal Biology, Keele University
Eleanor (Ellie) Harrison is an Ecologist & Environmental Toxicologist who studies the effects of microplastics in agricultural landscapes. In addition to this, she has a keen interest in ecological surveying which enables her to use her experience for different biodiversity based projects. Her research interests include biodiversity on solar farm projects and the effects of microplastics on agricultural plant development.
She works as a Teaching Fellow in Animal Biology at Keele University since 2022 and is currently writing up her PhD at Staffordshire University.
Oct 02, 2023 06:25 am UTC| Politics
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Oct 16, 2022 13:38 pm UTC| Business
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