Read about how BES grant funding makes an impact for both research and the researcher.
The British Ecological Society distributes almost £375,000 each year to advance research in ecology, either through small grants, outreach grants, large grants or grants for ecologists in Africa. But where do these grants go, and what impact do they have for the researcher, for ecology and for the wider world?
Large Research Grants
Will revitalising wild prey abundance increase or decrease livestock predation by snow leopards?
Using traces of DNA archived in sediments (sedDNA) to reconstruct past communities of organisms
Small Research Grants
Effects of future warming on the ecological functioning of an invasive crayfish in UK waters
What drives the quality and decay of soil detritivore faeces – the ingested litter quality or the animal identity
Ecologists in Africa
Marie Laure Rurangwa
Impact of land-use change on bird communities in a biodiversity hotspot: a case study of Nyungwe landscape
Ecological and biomarker responses of environmental contamination resulting from solid waste dumpsites
Into the Swamp – Stories from the Peatlands of Borneo
Holistic approaches to ecological monitoring in a tropical anchialine ecosystem
Supporting pioneering ecological research is at the heart of the Society’s activities, and with this we aim to help strengthen the ecological community around the world.
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