‘Exchanging knowledge through grey literature: Guidance and encouragement for contributors from outside academia’
Thursday 22 October 2020
16:00 UK time / 11:00 Eastern time
Professor Carolyn Kurle, University of California San Diego
Matthew Bowell CEnv MCIEEM, Atkins
About the workshop
In this workshop, ecological consultant Matthew Bowell explains how academics and practitioners can better share knowledge from the field through grey literature for effective conservation action and progress.
About the speaker
Matthew Bowell is an Associate Ecologist at Atkins in the UK with over 20 years’ experience as an ecological consultant. During this period he has worked on a wide variety of development projects, including large and complex infrastructure projects and assessed impacts on sensitive ecological receptors. He has carried out ecological survey, evaluation and assessment, and designed and implemented mitigation. Matthew is a strong believer that development control, policy and legislation protecting natural resources should be rooted in good science, that assessment of impacts and design of mitigation should be informed by current research and techniques and that there should be a dialogue between academic ecologists and consultant practitioners.
Watch Matthew’s talk here
Jointly sponsored by NHBS
A UK-based company that supplies equipment and books for ecologists and conservation professionals around the world.
Jointly sponsored by Ecology Resources Limited
A specialist ecological consultancy firm who fund the BES ‘Ecology the Next Generation’ bursary scheme. This bursary scheme supports four young ecologists from low income backgrounds to study and begin their careers in applied ecology.