UCR - University Centre Reaseheath
University Centre Reaseheath

Bella Marshall

Lecturer and Course Manager

Bella completed her BSc (Hons) Biology at Manchester Metropolitan, and an MRes in Environmental Science and Ecology at The University of Sheffield. Her research masters focused on investigating the effects of climate change on insect phenology. After this, Bella worked as an Ecological Consultant for two consultancies, conducting and leading newt and bat surveys for large clients such as HS2. More recently, Bella has spent six months in Costa Rica, working in a nature reserve in the cloud forest, assisting university students with their research projects and conducting owl surveys and camera trapping to monitor large cat populations. Bella also worked as a research assistant on a turtle conservation project on the Caribbean coast for three months, leading a team of volunteers to help monitor and conserve leatherback turtles (Dermochelys coriacea).

Photo of Bella Marshall

Research Interests

  • Insect phenology.
  • Climate change impacts on ecosystems and wildlife.
  • Ecological restoration for ecosystem services.

Contact:

Isabella.Marshall@reaseheath.ac.uk

Environment and Conservation Sciences Courses

Environment & Conservation Sciences

BSc (Hons) in Wildlife Conservation and Ecology (including Foundation Year)

4 Years

Full-Time

Environment & Conservation Sciences

BSc (Hons) in Wildlife Conservation and Ecology

3 Years

Full-Time

Access to Higher Education

Access to Higher Education Diploma (Land-Based Studies)

1 Year

Full-Time

Environment & Conservation Sciences

BSc (Hons) in Environmental Conservation (Top-Up)

1 Year

Full-Time

Environment & Conservation Sciences

Foundation Degree Environmental Conservation

2 Years

Full-Time