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Indigenous leadership gets best results for wildlife translocations

Wildlife translocations will have better results if they are led, or genuinely co-led, by Indigenous peoples. That’s the premise of a recently published paper in People and Nature by researchers at the University of Canterbury and South Island environmental practitioners.

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Ecology Live

Join us every Thursday during the coronavirus lockdown period for our free online seminar series, Ecology Live!

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Ecology Live

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Online

#FieldworkFix during COVID-19

Join the Teaching & Learning SIG online for the Enhancing Fieldwork Learning #FieldworkFix

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#FieldworkFix during COVID-19

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Online

Aquatic Ecology Research in a Pandemic

Join the Aquatic SIG for R workshops, updates on the community’s research on coronavirus, and some amazing keynote speakers

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Aquatic Ecology Research in a Pandemic

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Piccadilly, London

Species and ecological processes - taxonomy and traits in the workings of nature

Join the Aquatic SIG and Linnean Society for a one-day event exploring links between ecology and taxonomy in the face of global change.

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Species and ecological processes - taxonomy and traits in the workings of nature