Scott Roe | Senior Ecologist | Vital Ecology

Welcome to the forth in a new series by Ecology Jobs where we uncover what it’s like to work ‘Inside The Industry’. These are a growing series of short interviews with professionals working inside the Ecological Consultancy sector. Today we’re speaking with Scott Roe BSc (Hons) ACIEEM AMRSB, Senior Ecologist at Vital Ecology. If you’d

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Dr Nick Askew | Director | Ecology Jobs

Welcome to the first in a new series by Ecology Jobs where we uncover what it’s like to work ‘Inside The Industry’. These are a growing series of short interviews with professionals working inside the Ecological Consultancy sector. Today we’re speaking with Ecology Jobs co-founder Dr Nick Askew. If you’d like to be featured, we’d

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New Series | Inside the industry

Do you want your work and organisation to reach a large audience of professional ecologists working across the UK? Ecology Jobs is publishing a series of short interviews with professionals working inside the Ecological Consultancy sector, and we’d love to hear from you. How does it work? Using the form below, please provide a few

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Great crested newts: surveys and mitigation for development projects

Standing advice for local planning authorities who need to assess the impacts of development on great crested newts. Survey reports and mitigation plans are required for development projects that could affect protected species, as part of getting planning permission or a mitigation licence. Surveys need to show whether protected species are present in the area or

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The translocation of freshwater pearl mussels: a review of reasons, methods and success and a new protocol for England

Translocation is the intentional collection, movement and release of plants or animals from one or more places to one or different locations. It is normally undertaken in an attempt to establish, re-establish or augment a population i.e. for conservation purposes, but inappropriate translocations can have the potential to cause considerable damage. The freshwater pearl mussel

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