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Radar aeroecology: monitoring birds, bats and bugs with radar

The planet is suffering from an ongoing biodiversity decline. Contemporary methods for the monitoring of biodiversity tend to be taxon-specific, often cannot be scaled with existing resources, and are not applied in a consistent manner across studies. Read more

From landscape to soundscape: what drives spatial variation in natural soundscape characteristics? (BUTLER_UBIO23ARIES)

Supervisory Team - Dr Simon Gillings, British Trust for Ornithology . Scientific background . There is a growing body of evidence that spending time in nature has short- and long-term benefits for physical, mental and social well-being. Read more
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EASTBIO Nest building and reproductive success

  Research Group: Centre for Biological Diversity
It may seem obvious that a bird’s nest plays an important role in reproduction. For example, the eggs or young in a nest that is exposed to predators, in a nest that gets too wet or too cold or is too loosely attached to a branch are unlikely to survive. Read more

Routes to conceptual learning and generalisation - Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship (2023)

  Research Group: Cognitive Psychology Group
Cognitive neuroscience of learning, memory, and decision-making. How do we learn to solve problems for which we have little prior experience? Imagine you are foraging for dinner in an unfamiliar forest. Read more

Understanding the role of animals as predators of disease vectors: An overlooked ecosystem service?

A mountain of evidence in the scientific literature suggests that biodiversity provides important ecosystem services for humans. One aspect that has been particularly well studied is agricultural pest control, where animals such as birds and bats are often known to save farmers hundreds of dollars per hectare per year. Read more

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