Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation: https://doi.org/10.1002/rse2.151 In the central South Arabian mountains of Yemen and Oman, monsoon fog interception by the endemic cloud forest is essential for ecosystem functions […]
A fascinating, freely available new film follows a dedicated team of local and international researchers as they study dwindling rainforest fragments in remote northern Madagascar. It showcases the team’s struggles […]
The sheer amount of time, money and human effort that is injected into organising, conducting and reporting a scientific expedition is hardly imaginable. The whole process, from its inception […]
For even the most indulgent wildlife enthusiasts remembering the diversity of life, and its species components, is often difficult. It is definitely a case of when more information goes in […]
Last summer I took a few snaps of the wildlife I saw in and around Cirali and Cappadocia whilst on a family holiday in Turkey.
All too often we hear of the doom and gloom surrounding biodiversity loss and environmental destruction, be it how many acres of rainforest we are losing per second, or how […]
Guest post by Katelyn Dick (Project Seahorse) Who wouldn’t be excited to spot a seahorse in the wild? They’re fascinating, mysterious, and compared to other fish they look pretty unusual. […]
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“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of […]
You may or may not have heard of the term ‘umbrella species’ before? A couple of definitions include: “A wide-ranging species whose requirements include those of many other species” “The […]