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2015 East Midlands Section Conference

Technological Advances in Ecology and Environmental Management

29 January 2015, Alfreton

Biographies and Abstracts

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Conference presentations can be downloaded below. Please click the presentation title to download a PDF version

How GIS, Remote Sensing and Ecosystem Service Modelling are Advancing Ecology and Environmental Management
Neil Parker MCIEEM (Environment Systems Ltd)

The use of bio-acoustic recorders to monitor species that are difficult to detect: an example of nightjars
Mieke Zwart (Newcastle University)

Bats can see in the dark - and so can you (Part II): Using Infrared cameras
Barry Wright MCIEEM (Baker Consultants)

Integrated Mobile Mapping (Getting Real Value from Geospatial Data)
Mike Daracott (MGISS, Mobile GIS Services)

Bats: Advanced Trapping Techniques and Acoustic Lures
Daniel Whitby (AEWC Ltd)
(Presentation not available)

Avian radar systems for monitoring and mitigation of bird/bat collisions with wind turbines
Edward 'Zak' Zakrajsek (DeTect Global)

Current and Future Use of Environmental DNA in Ecological Surveys
Mark Webb CEcol CEnv MCIEEM (WSP Group)

Why did the harvest mouse cross the road? The use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in answering the question
Emily Howard-Williams (Moulton College/University of Northampton)

Panel Discussion on Technology and Innovation in Habitat Survey and Mapping
Bob Edmonds CEnv MCIEEM (SLR Consulting)
Panel Members: Phil Eades (Freelance Consultant), Veronica Lawrie (Atkins Ltd) and Tim Shreeve (Oxford Brookes University)