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The next in a series of free lectures from Bournemouth University (BU) will take place at Bournemouth Natural Science Society on 24 January. BU’s Fusion Inaugural Lecture Series provides an... »
Jaroslav Moravcik/Shutterstock.com Luciana Esteves, Bournemouth University We are all too familiar with images of flooding in low lying areas after heavy rainfall or houses destroyed by coastal erosion after a... »
Since its establishment in 2007, the Centre for Ecology, Environment and Sustainability has undertaken research in areas such as biodiversity and environmental change, with the aim of supporting both policy... »
Our oceans are threatened by three major challenges: climate change, overfishing and pollution. Plastic pollution is of growing concern, and has gained international attention from governments, media and large sections... »
The mahseers are an iconic group of fish found throughout the fast-flowing rivers of South and South-East Asia. Characterised by their large scales, attractive appearance and potentially vast size, the... »
For our upcoming Buzzing DNA Detectives outreach events, the Bumblebee Conservation Trust have agreed to work in partnership with our project. At these events visiters can learn how DNA metabarcoding... »
A BU PhD student has uncovered Mycobacterium ulcerans in the environment in South America for the first time. The bacteria is associated with the devastating skin disease Buruli ulcer and... »
The River Thames catchment is among the most highly invaded freshwater systems in the world, Bournemouth University research has found. Michelle Jackson, from the Centre for Conservation Ecology and Environmental... »
Professor Adrian Newton led BU’s contribution to the Conserving Eden project, examining forest management in the Tien Shan region of Central Asia. 48,000 people live in the project study area,... »
BU’s Professor Adrian Newton designed and coordinated the European Commission funded ReForLan research project. ReForLAn brought together researchers from six countries to assess the environmental degradation and the potential for... »
UNESCO World Heritage Centre and MAB Secretariat have officially recognised Gambia’s sites and natural beauty as important and worthy of protection. It is one of the last strongholds of Temmincki’s... »
Research emerging from the Conservation Ecology and Environmental Sciences Group at Bournemouth University (BU) is rated the best in the world for the specific research area of fish biology. The... »
How a £1.94 million AHRC grant will radically inform how we manage and perceive chickens as a food source.
Putting a price on clean water and soil fertility helps the UN set ecological restoration targets for degraded and deforested land.
A new online portal will allow students and staff from BU’s School of Applied Sciences to share their knowledge and research more easily with the local community. The Poole and... »
Students join researchers to to monitor the quantity, distribution and impacts of Sika deer in the Purbeck region.
Professor Richard Stillman modelled the behaviour of birds and fish in response to environmental changes.
Bournemouth University’s Professor Rodolphe Gozlan has voiced his concern about current monitoring of freshwater fish in leading science publication Nature. In a correspondence featured in this week’s edition, Gozlan claims freshwater... »
Lab tests carried out by researchers at Bournemouth University (BU) have shown UK carp, bream and roach are all susceptible to infection by the deadly parasite Sphaerothecum destruens, better known... »
Bournemouth University (BU) hosted a visit from the national co-ordinators of ECOSAL-Atlantis last week; an EU ecotourism project recording and promoting the heritage of salt production around the Atlantic Coasts... »
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