Dr KELLY JOWETT
Protecting Crops and the Environment
Kelly is an entomologist working on the design of cropping systems and landscapes to reconcile crop and livestock production with biodiversity and ecosystem services. She has a particular interest in the functional biodiversity of carabid and dung beetles, and working with farmers to apply her research. Kelly also manages the Environmental Change Network insect protocols at the Harpenden site.
Kelly completed her PhD on the modelling of carabid beetle distributions in farm landscapes towards effective natural-enemy pest control. She has an MRes in Global Food Security and Development, and a BSc(H) in Environmental Conservation. She has expertise in agricultural entomology, forestry, agricultural systems, and communications.
BSc Environmental Conservation- 1st class honors
MRes Global Food Security and Development - Distinction
PhD - Rothamsted 2021