William is a Senior Lecturer in the BioProtection Research Centre at Lincoln University in New Zealand. William earned his PhD at the University of Idaho studying the long-term consequences of cooperation and coevolution between plants and insects. He then completed a Post-Doctoral fellowship at the U.S. National Institute for Mathematical and Biological synthesis. William is an ecologist who seeks to better predict how species will respond to climate change and other environmental disturbances. To do this he integrates insights from other disciplines including evolution, information and game theory. More about William.