The snow leopard: a forgotten casualty of war? Introduction In the busy modern world we all live in it is sometimes easy to forget the bigger picture. I for one will admit I don’t think about famine, poverty, global warming or war every day. That isn’t because I don’t care, but it is simply easy … Read moreThe snow leopard: a forgotten casualty of war?
Invertebrates telling water’s dirtiest secrets – L’Esteron River, Saint-Auban, France. As promised, here is a brief overview of the work I did in Saint-Auban, France on L’Esteron River. I decided to study the possibility of pollution from a water treatment works (WTW) that has recently been built entering the river. Introduction Pollution – At … Read moreInvertebrates telling water’s dirtiest secrets – L’Esteron River, Saint-Auban, France.
Introduction An article caught my eye a couple of days ago stating two quite interesting things. Firstly the Chinese population after census in 2010 has reached an astonishing 1.34 billion people, and secondly (and a little less of a bomb shell) the Chinese are now embarking on a once-every-10-year census of the Giant Panda population. … Read moreGiant Panda Poo: Telling the story of unfortunate circumstances