Berglind Karlsdóttir

Berglind Karlsdóttir is a conservation scientist and social scientist. After finishing her master’s degree she took up an internship opportunity with the Saving Amphibians From Extinction team at Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, where she carried out this research. She is now working with Forest Research, following her passion for understanding the role of people in nature conservation. Her current work focuses on land manager behaviour for managing resilient tree-scapes.