From the macro to the micro: analysis from the IES

Jonathan Larwood
September 2018

In hardback this is literally a weighty tome. It has been travelling with me for some time as I have dipped into it, and I’m now pleased to lighten my load as I complete this review, and place it amongst my useful reference books.

What a challenge the ‘Practical Handbook of Earth...

Robert Ashcroft & Adam Donnan
Discussion paper
August 2018

The IES is supporting its members in adapting to changes in the EIA regulations, as well as aiding them in developing and demonstrating their own competence. It is important to members that their professional body sets out clear policies and expectations, both for clarity and to protect them in...

Jacqueline Campbell
August 2018

Landing on Mars is one of the most challenging goals in planetary science. Understanding the Martian environment is crucial to how lander and rover missions are designed.

During this webinar, Jacqueline Campbell, PhD student at UCL's Mullar Space Science...

Emma Sheehy & Paddy Fowler
August 2018

environmental SCIENTIST | Unintended consequences in environmental science | August 2018

Paddy Fowler speaks to Emma Sheehy about the unintended consequences of a resurgence in pine marten numbers in Ireland and Scotland. Emma...

Martin Westwood
August 2018

Model Procedures provide a framework for making decisions about land contamination risks and are a useful resource which offer a lot of detail leading up to, and after, remediation. The remediation stage is often a significant and complicated financial commitment for any project,...

Gayle Burgess
July 2018

In recent years there has been a surge in recognition of the positive impact behavioural science can have to help reduce the demand for a range of endangered species products; including rhino horn, tiger bone, elephant ivory, pangolin scales and more. Gayle Burgess, Programme Officer at TRAFFIC...


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