Management of Non-Native Species in UK Conservation 25th March 2013

by CMA Admin  

University of Worcester

Non-native species, and the issues they create, are becoming more prominent within the UK conservation sector. This symposium aims to explore the issues surrounding the presence of non-native species in the UK and examine case studies of how such species have, are being, or are proposed to be managed in UK conservation settings.

This symposium aims to provide an opportunity for scientists and practitioners to share successful practice and the results of research to better enable future successful management.

Registration fee:
35 (includes tea/coffee, lunch)

30 for members of the British Ecological Society and the Countryside Management Association

For queries and further details contact:
Dr John Dutton
Institute of Science and the Environment
University of Worcester

Phone: 01905 855237

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