When: Thursday 19 September 2019
Where: School of Anthropology and Conservation, Marlowe Building, University of Kent, Canterbury CT2 7NR
Environmental DNA is becoming an increasingly popular tool for assessing biodiversity, community structure and energy flow in water and soils. Both field and laboratory sampling and analysis methods are developing rapidly, but […]
Frogs are the most threatened group of vertebrates, but at the same time new species are continuously discovered around the globe. Likewise they are arguably the animal group with the most diverse strategies for reproduction, but for most species still, close to nothing is known about their biology. A team of Cameroonian and […]
Every year, the Whitely Fund for Nature offer their annual Whitley Awards to effective grassroots conservationists working across the Global South. These awards are both an international profile prize and a form of project funding.
Why should you apply for a Whitley Award?
- Prize worth £40,000 in project funding
- An international spotlight on […]
ASA, Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC), and the Amphibian Red List Authority (ARLA) of the IUCN SSC are collaborating to update all amphibian Alliance for Zero Extinction (AZE) sites. Thanks to a grant from Synchronicity Earth—a fellow Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA) partner—we are developing an approach that updates the AZE data […]