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Following work between BCB and the Birmingham Ambassador Dr Lesley Batty, Lecturer in Environmental Science at the University of Birmingham, the British Ecological Society (BES) will host its annual conference in the city from 17-20 December, bringing 700 delegates to the university's Edgbaston campus.
Although the term ecology was coined in 1886, it was not widely used until the end of the 19th century, but by 1913, the term became institutionalized with the formation of the British Ecological Society and, in 1915, with the formation of the Ecological Society of America.
He has also been actively involved in the British Society of Soil Science (BSSS), British Ecological Society (BES) and Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC).
His other distinctions include being the Founding Chair of the British Ecological Society, membership of the Nature Conservancy Council and the National Urban Forestry Unit.
Eating bracken has long been associated with an increased risk of gastric and oesophageal cancer but new research, presented at the British Ecological Society this week, suggests PTQ is also leaking into the water.
The British Ecological Society and the Field Studies Council's report called Teaching Biology Outside the Classroom; is it Heading for Extinction?
Co-hosted by the British Ecological Society (BES), the theme for the upcoming SCB annual meeting will be: People and Conservation.
of the Ecological Society of America and the British Ecological Society.