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Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research is an interdisciplinary centre that undertakes research between biodiversity and environmental change.
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Georgina Mace May 22
The radical shifts needed in decisions about land use. My blog for especially important on
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Seirian Sumner May 20
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Seirian Sumner May 20
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𝕊𝕖𝕣𝕘𝕚𝕠 ℍ𝕖𝕟𝕣𝕚𝕢𝕦𝕖𝕤 May 19
If you want to know more about the work I do , including why I want to hug - have a listen to episode 15, for half an hour of and a fearless use of puns, hosted 🎧
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Kate Jones 🦇 May 18
More fabulous images from project in Nepal - sorry can't help myself!
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Kate Jones 🦇 May 18
Holy moly - more amazing images from our project in Nepal with
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London NERC DTP May 17
Congratulations, !
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Seirian Sumner May 16
Reasons to love wasps - free public lecture (by me!) next week (23rd; 6.30pm). Booking essential, but it is free!
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Seirian Sumner May 16
Insect-takeover next Monday (20th). Learn why you should love wasps (from me!), and what's happening to the UK's insects (by )
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Kate Jones 🦇 May 14
This slide from still shocks me - most sources of UK air pollution is not from traffic - its a much bigger environment problem
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Kate Jones 🦇 May 13
Congratulations to the NEW DR Dancer - passed with NO corrections! Thanks to and for expert examination ;)
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UCL CBER May 9
new research: Molecular phylogeny of Oreochromis (Cichlidae: Oreochromini) reveals mito-nuclear discordance and multiple colonisation of adverse aquatic environments
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UCL CBER May 3
Amazing photos from lastest fieldwork trip researching reefs in BIOT.
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Tim Blackburn May 1
Great but sobering blog by on the status of Europe's birds: a "multispecies index of common farmland birds has fallen significantly by 60%" between 1980 and 2015, "driven by land use policies".
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Tim Blackburn Apr 30
Please help Emily - it only takes 10 minutes or so and you get to watch some lovely footage of animals.
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UCL CBER Apr 26
Great work, can't wait to see the results of what's on our doorstep!
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UCL CBER Apr 26
Great to see the ROV working well and fantastic pictures.
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Richard D Gregory Apr 26
New 📄shows European farmland birds declined 60% 1980-2015 but forest birds stable = land use policies for farming need to change ☹️🐦📉
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Tim Newbold Apr 26
Our research group has just published a review paper on the homogenisation of biodiversity in the , and its consequences for ecosystem functioning and human well-being.
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Carole Dalin Apr 25
Presenting initial results from our project led by with & at room 120, session starts 15:15!
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