Our leading expert on invertebrate ecology and habitats, Dr. Graham Hopkins, leads an intense day of study on Wednesday 16 July at our Sussex office in Lewes.
There are one or two places left for professional ecologists wishing to take up this exceptional opportunity.
The day course will cover the aspects of invertebrate ecology and site assessment relevant to development projects and a local field trip will be included, subject to weather. Ecological statuses, survey techniques for terrestrial and aquatic invertebrates, mitigation design and legislation and policy, will all be explored.
Graham has studied invertebrates for over twenty years. His PhD investigated aphid ecology after which he won a travel fellowship to complete a three-year postdoctoral contract constructing the foodwebs of parasitoid wasps in Costa Rican dry forests.
To join Graham next week, find out more about the course and book here.