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Coronavirus and the British Ecological Society

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Coronavirus and the British Ecological Society

Updates on our activities and events during the coronavirus pandemic

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Provide shady spots to protect butterflies from climate change, say scientists

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Provide shady spots to protect butterflies from climate change, say scientists

Butterfly species that mostly rely on finding shade to keep cool are at a greater risk of population decline due to climate change and habitat loss.

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Logging tropical forests jeopardizes fisheries important for food and livelihood

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Logging tropical forests jeopardizes fisheries important for food and livelihood

Logging activity in Solomon Islands is associated with lower coral cover and structural complexity on adjacent reefs, new research has found.

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Tropical ecology and conservation: advances in technology

Don't miss this exciting Twitter conference from our Tropical Ecology and Conservation SIGs

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Festival of Ecology

We’re delighted to invite you to a Festival of Ecology, as our 2020 Annual Meeting moves online this year.

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