Pupils at two local schools have been helping BU researchers come up with designs for structures to increase biodiversity on the town’s beaches. Pupils at Avonbourne College and Harewood College… »
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BU’s Bio-beach project team are working with local Bournemouth schools.
Clare Davies: Impact of the Invasive Pacific Oyster on Marine Biodiversity Conservation and Ecosystem Services
Researcher: Clare Davies I am looking into the impact of the invasive non-native Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) on marine biodiversity and ecosystem services. Pacific oysters were imported following the decline of… »
Katharine M. Bowgen: Predicting the effect of environmental change on biodiversity: insights from coastal bird models
Researcher: Katharine M. Bowgen After spending five years working as a field and research assistant for several ornithological researchers, Katharine is now undertaking a PhD on “Predicting the effect of environmental… »
Researcher: Jennifer Mark Following a Masters in Conservation Science, Jennifer has contributed to research projects in Indonesia, the Turks and Caicos Islands and the UK, working with teams from Operation… »
Researcher: Aaron Morris Many exciting research projects at Bournemouth University are conducted by students themselves. One such example is PhD student Aaron Morris’ study on the role of biodiversity in… »
Congratulations to Dr Genoveva Esteban – Recognised by the Society of Biology for Excellence in Public Engagement!
Congratulations are due to Dr Genoveva Esteban from the School of Applied Sciences, as she has been shortlisted for the prestigious Society of Biology Science Communication Awards for Established Researchers…. »
BioBlitz is a time-intense, yet fun period of biological surveying in an attempt to record all the living species within a designated area within 24 hours. Bournemouth University hosted its… »
Students join researchers to to monitor the quantity, distribution and impacts of Sika deer in the Purbeck region.