Murray was awarded his PhD titled 'The Effect of Large Woody Debris Restoration on Stream Ecosystems' (2014, in press) which adopted an experimental Before-After-Control-Impact method combined with the assessment of complex biological communities (food webs and interactions) in response to multiple river restorations and across a nutrient gradient. He has recently finished his first post-doctoral position, studying the effects of, and subsequent recovery from, a catastrophic pesticide spill on a river ecosystem , including functional measures and food web response. He is presently developing a river restoration monitoring database, adding to the data collected during his PhD.

Current Position

Associate Ecologist (UCL)

Selected Publications

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