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New mapping tool tracks elk migration to reduce brucellosis risk

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New mapping tool tracks elk migration to reduce brucellosis risk

New research by University of Wyoming and U.S. Geological Survey scientists has created a mapping tool for reducing the risk of transmitting brucellosis from elk to cattle.

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Press Release: Humans - the disturbing neighbours of reef sharks

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Press Release: Humans - the disturbing neighbours of reef sharks

Shark diversity and abundance is highest in remote reefs, as far as 25 hours away from main cities, reveals a study published in Journal of Applied Ecology.

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2017 Parliamentary Shadowing scheme open for applications

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2017 Parliamentary Shadowing scheme open for applications

The British Ecological Society's parliamentary shadowing scheme offers ecologists the chance to gain an inside view of the policy world.

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Ghent, Belgium

Ecology Across Borders: Joint Annual Meeting 2017

Join 1200 international ecologists at our Joint Annual Meeting in Ghent.

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Exploring Pasture Farming in the Field: Pros, Cons and Policy Needs

Our native British grasslands are a significant yet diminishing environmental asset. Can their ecological value be enhanced by persuading the public to shop differently?

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