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What does WCRU stand for?

WCRU stands for Wildlife Conservation Research Unit (UK charity)


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She participated in the second Student Scientific Forum at Sultan Qaboos University, Oman, on April 3-4, the UK Mammal Society's Easter Conference at Nottingham University from April 15 to17, and seminar on April 19 at the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Department of Zoology, Oxford University.
Macdonald, director of the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at Oxford University; Myrta Pulliam, director of special projects, Indianapolis Star, past chair of the Board of Trustees, Indianapolis Zoological Society, Inc.
The Mammals Trust UK report's authors, David Macdonald and Dawn Burnham from the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at the University of Oxford said, "The glimpse of a small furry creature may seem a trivial thing, but it is increasingly the hallmark of quality of life issues.
David King has only to consult the work of David Macdonald, the director of Oxford University's wildlife conservation research unit, to understand the nature of the error which invalidates his report.
The survey was carried out by scientists from the British Trust for Ornithology, the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and Oxford University's Wildlife Conservation Research Unit.
Authors of the report, Professor David Macdonald and Dr Fran Tattersall, of the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at Oxford University, two of the UK's most eminent mammalogists, were asked by the Mammals Trust UK to look at the current state of the UK's native species.
Authors of the report, Professor David Macdonald and Dr Fran Tattersall, of the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit at Oxford University, two of the UK's most eminent mammalogists, were asked by the Mammals Trust UK to look at the current state of the UK's native species.