Results 1 to 5 of 12 in Ecology and Conservation

Blue tit sitting on a fence

The importance of moth caterpillars for common garden birds has been revealed in a new study.

Dr Josie South

Dr Josie South, Researcher in the School of Biology, has received a prestigious fellowship to support her research in mitigating the damage from invasive species.

Tropical fish swimming near coral reefs

The project aims to advance socially equitable climate change adaptation for coastal communities that depend on coral reef resources in Indonesia and the Philippines.

Image of conservation expert setting crayfish traps. Water at Leeds logo is shown in the bottom left corner.

This World Water Week, explore our interdisciplinary research into invasive non-native species.

A white clawed crayfish

Endangered white clawed crayfish that were in danger of being wiped out by crayfish plague have been moved to a safe haven in North Yorkshire.