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Capturing Ecology 2022 – Winning Images Announced

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Capturing Ecology 2022 – Winning Images Announced

Captured by international ecologists and students, this year's winning images tell a powerful story about the intricacies of nature, and our relationship with the natural world.

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Planet’s most unique birds at higher risk of extinction

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Planet’s most unique birds at higher risk of extinction

A new study finds that bird species with extreme or uncommon combinations of traits face the highest risk of extinction.

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Warmer temperatures are linked to mismatch among forest plants

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Warmer temperatures are linked to mismatch among forest plants

In response to warming temperatures, some taller plants are advancing their leafout timing which could lead to declines in native wildflowers as they flower or leaf out later and therefore receive less sunlight for photosynthesis in the spring.

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Edinburgh, Scotland

BES Annual Meeting 2022

Join ecologists from around the world at Europe’s largest and most welcoming conference dedicated to ecology.

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Dublin, Ireland

Ecology & Evolution Ireland 2023

Welcome to Ecology & Evolution Ireland 2023, a conference hosted by Trinity College Dublin for all working in ecology & evolution in Ireland or further afield.

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