Dylan Carbone

I come from a marine biology undergraduate background at Swansea University and decided to pursue a Masters in Quantitative Methods in Biodiversity, Conservation and Epidemiology at the University of Glasgow. Most of my quantitative experience so far has been in measuring biodiversity in both terrestrial and marine habitats using single- and multi-species models and I have experience using a simple convolutional neural network to filter images of humans present in urban cameratrap survey images during an internship with the Peoples Trust for Endangered Species.
UKCEH - Biodiversity
Member (Staff)