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2014-04-08 — 2014-04-09, Sheffield
The Department of Animal and Plant Sciences is delighted to be hosting the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour Easter Conference in Sheffield on Monday 7th, Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th April 2014. There has been a long tradition of the Easter ASAB conference providing an invaluable opportunity for young researchers to address particular issues, to talk informally to more established researchers in animal behaviour, and to present and discuss their own work. This year follows that tradition ... [Information of the supplier]
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2015-03-31 — 2015-04-02, Leicester
This conference will highlight the role of telemetry in understanding the ecology and behaviour of free-living wild birds. Continuing advances in instrumentation and miniaturization are rapidly making remote-sensing of movements, activity and physiology available and cost-effective for all but the smallest species. This conference will showcase and consolidate the most recent research arising from these advances, emphasizing the value of telemetry for both testing theory and aiding conservation and ... [Information of the supplier]
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The British Dragonfly Society was formed in 1983 to promote and encourage the study and conservation of dragonflies and their natural habitats especially in the United Kingdom. [Information of the supplier, modified]
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The British Pteridological Society was founded in the Lake District in 1891 and soon became the focal point for fern enthusiasts throughout the British Isles. Today it continues to provide a wide range of information about ferns, through its web site and by publishing regular journals, leaflets and books, and organising formal talks, informal discussions and outdoor meetings. The international membership includes those interested in gardening, natural history and botany, both amateur and professional. ... [Information of the supplier]
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This is the website of the British Society for Protist Biology formerly known as the British Section of the Society of Protozoologists. The BSPB exists to promote the study, teaching and dissemination of all aspects of protozoology, to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of results obtained from original research and for an exchange of information on experimental design and techniques, to encourage developing and novel aspects of protozoology, to represent the interests of protozoology ... [Information of the supplier]
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This website celebrates the life, work and impact of Charles Darwin. There are lots of articles about who Darwin was, what he did and why he matters. You can also read about modern case studies which showcase some of the evidence supporting Darwin's theories. Use the menu to the right to explore. This website has been put together by students from Christ's College, Cambridge - where Darwin studied. [Information of the supplier]
Personal websites / biographies; Discipline based websitesResource type
Dungeness is a dry shingle beach jutting out into the English Channel at Britain's most south-easterly point. Bird watching, wildlife migration and bio-diversity have been at the centre of casual and professional observations for over a century and the Observatory celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2002. The aim of this site is to promote and share our information and records with all people interested in the natural history of this unique habitat. [Information of the supplier]
Non-governmental organisations; Research projectsResource type
This year's conference will be held at the award winning at Bristol science centre, located on the harbourside of Bristol. The conference will be catered during the day. The conference banquet (limited to 120 places) will be held at the Bristol Marriott Royal hotel, near to the venue. Confirmed plenary speakers are: Russell Gray (University of Auckland), Martie Haselton (University of California, LA), Daniel Hruschka (Arizona State University), Annette Karmiloff-Smith (Birkbeck, University of London) ... [Information of the supplier]
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Our forests and woods can contribute so much to our nation. We deliver practical programmes to make sure that, as communities and individuals, we can get the most from them. Our responsibilities span research, commercial timber production, sustainability programmes and policy, as well as learning and leisure. Our goal is always to ensure that, at a practical level, Britain can use its forests to contribute positively to as many of the nation's needs as we can while sustaining this great resource ... [Information of the supplier]
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The Freshwater Biological Association (FBA), located on the shore of Windermere, in Cumbria and alongside the River Frome at East Stoke in Dorset, is a thriving membership association, independent scientific organisation and a registered charity. Founded in 1929, we promote freshwater science through innovative research, maintained specialist scientific facilities, a programme of scientific meetings, production of publications, and by providing sound independent scientific opinion. The FBA collection ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
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