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Prof Francois Deacon is a Lecturer at the Department of Animal Science and considers himself a wildlife habitat expert. His skills and expertise include Conservation, Habitat Selection, Conservation Biology, Wildlife Conservation, Wildlife Ecology, Wildlife Management, Animal Ecology, Applied Ecology, Nature Conservation, Spatial Ecology, Fragmentation and Animal Tracking.

Prof Deacon's Scopus h-index refers to the influence of his work by measuring the number of citations for each of his articles. H-indexes differ between platforms like Scopus, Web of Science and Google Scholar, and different subject fields. His most influential article, How many species of giraffe are there? was cited 32 times since 2017.


"You don't want to die with dreams, you want to die with memories."

- Prof Francois Deacon

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