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The modelling work has determined the amount of shellfish food required to ensure minimum mortality in the over-wintering oystercatcher population.

Senior Advisor for Natural England on Professor Richard Stillman’s workFind out more

Research Impact

In a period of unprecedented environmental change we are world leaders in understanding and developing policy to manage the impact. Researchers work on local, national and international environmental agendas informing policy at all levels.

  • Paper by Mapping the Novgorod Forest team accepted!

    Following the presentation of a poster at the prestigious Conference on Environmental Archaeology of European Cities held in Brussels in May 2015, we were invited to submit a paper for... »

  • Bio-Beach

    Stemming the tide of biodiversity loss in the marine environment

  • Striking the right balance between coastal bird conservation and the needs of society

    Striking the right balance between coastal bird conservation and the needs of society

    Human activities and manmade structures can negatively affect bird populations. Previously there was no robust method to quantify the impact. BU researchers have applied extensive behavioural research to develop unique computer modelling techniques. This has accurately predicted how human activities affect coastal birds in 35 sites in Europe and one in Australia.

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