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Dr Joss Bartlett

Senior Lecturer

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Dr Joss Bartlett

Room: C13h


+44 (0) 1978 293421


Dr Joss Bartlett received his BSc Zoology in 1983 from the University of Cambridge and PhD Ecology at the University of Edinburgh in 1987. Dr Bartlett joined the university in 1993 as a lecturer and became programme leader for BSc Environmental Science in 2006.

Joss has had work published in a variety of journals from Behavioural Ecology & Sociobiology to Ecological Entomology.

Some of the topics of these articles have included: Male mating success and paternal care in Nicrophorus vespilloides and Filial cannibalism in the burying beetle Nicrophorus vespilloides as well as ‘A Conservative Welchman’: Simon Yorke III and the Erddig estate.

Past presentations have included: Reading vegetation: plant community analysis and its applications for the British Ecological Society. Joss is also a PhD supervisor.

BSc, PhD, MSc, BA

BSc (Hons) Forensic Science




Cell Biology


Geographical Information Systems

Forensic Biology

Environmental Research

Conservation Biology

Practical Conservation Management

Bartlett J (2013) Geologists, Tourists and the landscape of the Dee

DHS Transactions 61:89-101

Bartlett J (2010) ‘A Conservative Welchman’: Simon Yorke III and the Erddig estate Family and Community History 13:20-33.

Estate management

Historical GIS