Over the last 40 years populations of the elusive Eurasian Otter (Fig.1) have been increasing [...]
Ash trees across the UK are dying following the relentless spread of the ‘ash dieback’ [...]
In recent years great crested newts have declined rapidly across the UK despite measures in [...]
The collective impact of animals in fertilising ecosystems across the world can offer much to [...]
Editorial by Geoffrey Wain There’s a snake in our eco-paradise according to Richard Smyth in [...]
Editions reviewed:ECOS 24(1), 24(3/4), 26(1), 29(2) Imagine you had the evidence to present to the [...]
Editions reviewed:ECOS 24(1), 24(3/4), 26(1), 29(2) In 2001, and mid-point of this ECOS review period, [...]
What are our reference points for taking a stance on whether something belongs in the [...]
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Continuing with our #ECOS student article competition we have our undergraduate runner up, Nicola Ward.
Nicola writes on 'The Crash of Ash' - mechanisms of dispersal of Hymenoscyphus fraxineus, the fungus that causes ash dieback.
India’s wild tiger population has risen with 33% last four years! #ClimateAction #Tiredearth #wildlife #nature #tiger #ClimateChange #environment #animallovers
Some good news this week: electricity production to UK homes and businesses from #windfarms, solar panels and #renewable biomass plants has surpassed that of fossil fuels for the first time!
We can only hope the government backs further #RenewableEnergy
Last week we revealed our undergraduate winner for the yearly student article competition at #ECOS, and now we have our postgraduate winner!
@stevoallain explores the links between declining numbers of great crested #newts and larger scale wildlife loss.
Today we're dipping into the ECOS archives for an article on #rewilding published in ECOS 38(1), 2017.
"Rewilding - A Process or a Paradigm?"
#conservation #ecology #ECOS