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‘Conservation on a Grand Scale: what, why and where?’

A scene-setting exploration of a 'landscape scale approach' to conservation

This scene-setting presentation will explore what we mean by a 'landscape scale approach' to conservation. What do we mean by big areas? What are the ecological values of this approach? What are the opportunities and constraints and do they differ in uplands and lowlands, in the UK, Europe and other parts of the world? Is this 're-wilding' or 21st century conservation management? This will be an inter-active session. We will provide the ecological theatre; quite how the evening develops is up to the audience.

Dr David J. Bullock is Head of Nature Conservation at The National Trust. He carried out research for his PhD on the ecology and behaviour of feral goats. He lectured in ecology at St. Andrews and De Montford Universities, before joining The National Trust in 1992 as a nature conservation advisor. His research interests continue to be in applied conservation science, especially of vertebrates.

Dr Stuart Warrington, has worked since 2003 for the National Trust as an advisor on all aspects of nature conservation, in the East of England region. Previously he was a lecturer in ecology at the University of Hertfordshire.


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Date and Time:

13 October 2006 at 6:30 pm


2 hours



Birkbeck, University of London
Malet Street
020 7679 1069
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Organised by:

Ecology and Conservation Studies Society
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For any queries, please contact e-mail: wright@britishlibrary.net; tel: 020 7485 7903,
or contact e-mail: a.inniss@bbk.ac.uk; tel: 020 7679 1069

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