I am Wang Jun and I come from China. In 2007, I gained my bachelor degree in Bioinformatics from Shanxi Agriculture University, China. Following this, I became a graduate student at Beijing Forestry University. Here I majored in wildlife conservation and much of my focus was in researching snow leopard. I joined the snow leopard survey in Xinjiang during the spring of 2009. This is my first experience of fieldwork and undoubtedly also a milestone in my life. I have carried out fecal analyses for my master’s degree and following this, I propose to pursue a doctorate degree in genetics on snow leopard.
- Estimating carnivore presence and density of their prey in Xinjiang, China, based on data from short-term field surveys
- Assess the impact of reactive culling on badger (Meles meles) foraging patterns in North Wiltshire