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ECOS 40(5): Book Review: Invasive Aliens

INVASIVE ALIENS The plants and animals from over there that are over here Dan Eatherley [...]

ECOS 34 (2) Summer 2013. Saving Britain’s trees: countering the growing threat from invasive pests and disease. Clive Potter

Abstract: With the onset of ash die back, this article reviews the threats to tree [...]

ECOS 44 (5)- Biodiversity offset and planning gain in relation to habitat creation and translocation – the wise choices for wildlife

IAN D. ROTHERHAM Emerging in the 1980s and 1990s, ideas of habitat rescue and transplantation, [...]


TRAFFICATION: How cars destroy nature and what we can do about it Paul F Donald [...]

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ECOS 44 (3)- Guerrilla species restorations and reinforcements

HANNAH TIMMINS A tool for decentralising rewilding and generating public support or a disaster for [...]

Book review: Beyond the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation

Beyond the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation: From Lethal to Compassionate Conservation Anja Heister [...]

ECOS 44 (1.3): Postgraduate Award 2022

Saving rivers with burbot: Can a lost species help river restoration? By Reagan Pearce The [...]

ECOS 44 (1.1) Undergraduate Award 2022

Macho Nature: The past, present and future of the patriarchy in natural history By Bethany [...]

ECOS 43 (3.2.1)- The UK Overseas Territories: moving away from colonialism in the environment?

Authors: Mike Pienkowski, Catherine Wensink (UK Overseas Territories Conservation Forum); Catherine Childs, Luke Harding (National [...]



Thoughts from influential nature conservationists… SUE EVERETT Career highlights Sue’s career highlights include being chair [...]