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Species on the move

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Species on the move

Social media posts help researchers to discover climate change is to blame for displacement of 55 species in UK.

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Fussy fish can have their coral and eat it too

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Fussy fish can have their coral and eat it too

Being a fussy eater is a problem for reef fish that seek refuge from climate change on deeper reefs. But scientists discovered the coral that these fussy fish eat can support them. New research published today in Functional Ecology

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Framework for Measuring Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas

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Framework for Measuring Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas

A team of researchers have developed a transparent way to verify the effectiveness of marine protected areas (MPAs). New research published today in Journal of Applied Ecology.

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Place-Based Citizen-Science for Wellbeing: Conceptual and practical understandings of ‘place’ for science and society

Join the Citizen Science SIG for this one-day conference discussing the challenges of place-based science.

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Palaeo SIG Science Communication and Writing Workshop

Join the Palaeoecology SIG for a 2-day workshop on science communication, with specialist training for palaeoecologists on writing for a broad ecological audience.

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