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How will climate change affect insect pollinators and the wildflowers they feed from?

How will climate change affect insect pollinators and the wildflowers they feed from?

Friday 22 November 2019. With Ellen Moss “Bee declines” have been a media hot topic for several years now, but most of the coverage focuses on just one species: honeybees. […]

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Cocwudu: ancient woodlands, boundaries and territories in central Northumberland

Friday 18 October 2019. With Max Adams There is ‘something funny’ going on between the Coquet and the Wansbeck, according to Professor Brian Roberts.  In 2015 the Bernician Studies Group […]

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1829 Talk: Listening to the lichens of Corbridge

Friday 18 October 2019. With Alexandra Reynolds, Newcastle University Some say that lichens are the living barometers of environmental change and can tell us so much about the world around […]

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Kathleen Blackburn: Botanist

Friday 16 November 2018. Living in the first half of the 20th century, Kathleen Blackburn was one of the most important botanists the North East has ever produced. Based in […]

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How soils influence vegetation: Africa, SE Asia and Northern England

Friday 19 October 2018. The relationships between soils and plant communities can often be far from straightforward. In order to illustrate the difficulties and provide some of the answers, including […]

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Saplings and Spades: A Woodland Returns

SORRY, THIS ITEM IS NOW OUT OF STOCK. As a young boy, David Parkins witnessed bulldozers obliterate a forest for a bypass. Decades later, he resolved to replace the annihilated […]

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The Secret World of Rhododendrons

Friday 16 March 2018. Discovering the evolution of Rhododendron and how it spread across four continents. Dr Richard Milne explains the role of natural and cultivar hybridisation before delving into […]

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Non-native Species in a Changing World

Friday 09 February, 2018. Join Pete Robertson to look at the history and consequences of non-native species on the British countryside, their role in our ecosystems, and how their effects […]

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Northumbrian Naturalist Vol 79 (2015)

88 page journal featuring six articles about natural history of the North East: Ring-necked Parakeets in northeast England by IAN BOND (11 pages) Notes on the Wolf, Bear and Lynx in Durham […]

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Northumbrian Naturalist Volume 79 (2015)

Edited by Dr Chris Redfern, Volume 79 of Northumbrian Naturalist can can be downloaded here. You can also purchase a hard copy from the NHSN office, price £5.

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