Biodiversity monitoring on the University of Northampton’s new campus – a video of my recent talk

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In a recent post I mentioned the talk that I had presented at a one-day conference on “delivering biodiversity” organised by the Environmental Association of Universities and Colleges at the University of Worcester.  The subject of the presentation was the work we’ve been doing with a couple of our students looking at how the building of the University of Northampton’s new Waterside Campus is impacting on biodiversity on the site, with a particular focus on birds.

The talks from that conference were videoed and can be viewed on the EAUC event site.  All of the presentations are worth viewing, but if you’re particularly interested in the Waterside project, my talk is the fourth one down.  I’ll apologise in advance for the occasional pauses – someone in the first couple of rows was wearing perfume and it was really catching my throat!

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One response to “Biodiversity monitoring on the University of Northampton’s new campus – a video of my recent talk

  1. Pingback: The Biodiversity Impact of Waterside Campus: an interim report on the bird surveys | Jeff Ollerton's Biodiversity Blog

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