Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
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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 [...]
One small step for humankind, one giant leap for our oceans: the beginning of the [...]
Many marine animals like fish and whales rely on acoustic signals to communicate and to [...]
Looking at sonic performances that utilise whale song are there possibilities for inter-species collaboration and [...]
Co-existence – on whose terms? Humans are eager for more nature in their lives. This [...]
How studying beetles led me to study people My undergraduate dissertation on beneficial beetles in [...]
Conservation science is being forced to adapt in the face of increasingly rapid anthropogenic change. [...]