Tag: Applied Ecology

Pip Myram on her dream job: field guide in South Africa

My name is Pip Myram and I graduated in 2014 from the University of Gloucestershire with a First Class degree in Animal Biology. I am now taking up the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to work in South Africa as an…

Postgrad focus: Joe Reynolds’ PhD on amphibian conservation

We’re pleased to bring you this blog post from one of our PhD students. If you’re interested in postgraduate study in Biosciences, check out the links on the Research section of our website (click here) Hi all. My name is…

Past island landscapes revealed by pollen

The vegetation history of a small island off the south west coast of Wales has long puzzled visitors and archaeologists. In late spring, Skomer Island is carpeted with bluebells, a species normally associated with woodlands, especially ancient natural…