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ECOS Archive
ECOS Edition: 2012

ECOS 33 (1) Book Reviews

Books reviewed in this issue: – Wildlife Crime: The makings of an Investigations Officer. Dave [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. Peak Panthers. David Siddon

Abstract: This article provides an account of big cat sightings in north-east Derbyshire and the [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. When the going gets tough… Jonathan Somper

Abstract: Evidence suggests that around one half of NGOs are coping with the challenging financial [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. Today we live without them: the erasure of animals and plants in the language of ecosystem assessment. Arran Stibe

Abstract: This article examines the representation of animals and plants in the UK National Ecosystem [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. Bee conservation: A call for coherence, cohesion and co-operation. Emily Adams, Philip Donkersley and Alistair Campbell

Abstract: Conservation actions for different groups of bees would be improved if a more coherent, [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. Ups and downs for the Badger. Ian Rotherham

Abstract: Two six-week badger cull trials are scheduled to take place from August 2012 and [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. Tolerating the Tay beavers. Derek Gow

Abstract: The Tay beavers will be monitored between now and the end of the Knapdale [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. Letting the cat out of the bag: Eurasian lynx reintroduction in Scotland. James Thomson

Abstract: Conservation, game and land owning bodies have recently been discussing the conditions for any [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. Scottish and reform: A lost opportunity for community landownership? Alexandra Henderson

Abstract: Land reform in Scotland raises huge opportunities for remote areas of the Highlands and [...]

ECOS 33 (1) Spring 2012. Heartlands and wildwoods. Sophie Wynne Jones

Abstract: This article considers the potential for native woodland restoration in the Welsh Uplands. It [...]