Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Burren Fieldtrip: A lesson in Conservation and Landscape Management

by Ailbhe Murphy It was once said of the Burren, by one of Cromwell’s generals, that it was a place with, “not water enough to drown a man, wood enough to hang one, or earth enough to bury him”.  (Obviously … Continue reading

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Working with Wolves

Emma Brid Dennehy talks about her Work Experience in Spain with Wolves. From the summer months of July to August I took an optional BEES module, known as the BL4003 biology work placement module, and travelled to the region of … Continue reading

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Why we need Plant Scientists

The work of Plant Scientists is crucial to our long-term survival, according to a hard-hitting letter by an international group of botanists and crop scientists published this week. by Eoin Lettice After an online consultation, the authors have drawn up … Continue reading

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