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JNCC Oct 11
Exciting partnership working today at annual meeting at our Peterborough office. The UK Terrestrial Evidence Partnership of Partnerships brings together representatives from across many biodiversity monitoring schemes, to collaborate and share news
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Julie Day Oct 11
Some UK species have better geographic coverage than others. and @CEHScienceNews sharing results from our TSDA partnership
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JNCC Nov 5
The latest JNCC bulletin is now online! October's edition features , , & the , and more...
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Julie Day Oct 11
Can we use drones to fill in geographic gaps in Duolingo cal records or engage with volunteers? tells us about the pros and cons
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JNCC Oct 11
Great turn out for today & fantastic to have representatives from all partner monitoring schemes and the country nature conservation bodies present.
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Julie Day Oct 11
How can we use UK biodiversity data to answer policy priority questions? presenting findings from a new JNCC-BTO-CEH report
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Paula Lightfoot Oct 10
Looking forward to tomorrow . I get to hear about biological recording and talk about drones - two of my favourite things!
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Bat Conservation Trust Oct 11
Our very own Katherine Boughey, Head of and Monitoring is at talking about latest survey - the British Bat Survey. Find out more about this here
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Rob Robinson Oct 11
describes running a scheme to But we couldn't run at all w/o all the volunteers who share their data & are backbone of these schemes. Great to share ideas on working better together - thanks for hosting
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