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BES, British Ecological Society

  • Large herbivores increase biodiversity in tropical forests
    Tapirs and peccaries are the largest herbivorous mammals that used to roam in most of South American rainforests. Increasing hunting and deforestation are threatening these mammals in most of their di …
  • Rare antelopes and black cats
    A Würzburg research group has documented numerous large mammals on Kilimanjaro with video traps. The protected areas of the mountain are enormously important for the biodiversity of this animal group. …
  • Researchers develop tools to help manage seagrass survival
    A new QUT-led study has developed a statistical toolbox to help avoid seagrass loss which provides shelter, food and oxygen to fish and at-risk species like dugongs and green turtles. The research has …
  • New technique can show links between prey and microplastics
    A brand new method has been developed by scientists at Plymouth Marine Laboratory (PML) and the University of Exeter, in collaboration with Abertay University and Greenpeace Research Laboratories, to …
  • Our new home for ecology
    Staff moved into the British Ecological Society’s new building this morning. The space has been fitted out over the past two months using a range of bold colours and images reflecting the natural worl …

SPPS, Societas Physiologiae Plantarum Scandinavica

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