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Wildlife behaviour, conservation and monitoring

Two men taking measurements from an large, old tree

Our research reaches from fundamental to applied ecology.

Our research includes:

  • behavioural ecology of vertebrates and invertebrates (lagomorphs, crustaceans, bumblebees);
  • wildlife monitoring methodology for rare and elusive species;
  • conservation ecology of species in agro-ecosystems and tropical forests.

We have worked extensively with industry and provide specialist consultancy services in species and habitat monitoring. We have contributed to the development of standard methodologies for species monitoring and conservation status assessments of threatened species.

If you have any questions or want to find out more please contact Mandy Dyson.

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Applications closed: Floodplain Meadows Partnership Research Associate

We are looking for a Research Associate to work within the Floodplain Meadows Partnership team in EEES. The post is fixed-term and part-time.

12th October 2021

New research: exploring the reproductive complexity of plants

New research published in the high-profile journal Science has explored the reproductive complexity of plants.

21st September 2021

Applications closed: Lecturer in Environment and Sustainability

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6th July 2021
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