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ECOS 38 (2): The Nature question

The sample of meanings of Nature in this article shows something of the diversity of [...]

ECOS 38 (2): The nitrogen narrative

Excessive nitrogen in air pollution is having a devastating on fungi and plants, soils and [...]

ECOS 38 (2): Book Review: SECRETS OF THE SEA

SECRETS OF THE SEA A journey into the heart of the oceans Alex Mustard and [...]


22 IDEAS THAT SAVED THE COUNTRYSIDE Peter Waine and Oliver Hilliam Campaign to Protect Rural [...]

ECOS 38 (2): A dog’s life

Monitoring populations of endangered species has been revolutionised by the availability of conservation technology but [...]

ECOS 38 (2): Editorial – Elections, Brexit? Relax…

Editorial by Geoffrey Wain “We could of course be existentialist about all this [celebrating wildlife], [...]

ECOS 38 (2): Bats and wind turbines – what do we really know?

Large wind turbines are often blamed for mortality and declines in bats, whilst developers claim [...]

ECOS 38 (2): Book Review: THE FIGHT FOR BEAUTY

THE FIGHT FOR BEAUTY Our path to a better future Fiona Reynolds Oneworld 2016 ISBN: [...]

ECOS 38 (2): Not only but also

Environment and wildlife groups are busy trying to influence policies before and after the election [...]


ECOS 38 (2): Pevensey Levels – a booming future?

New agri-environment payments and policies will hopefully deliver a vision of restored habitats and iconic [...]