BU Global Environmental Solutions

Applying science to sustainable environmental management

 

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Fish Ecology

Internationally recognised expertise in fish ecology

 

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Aquatic Ecology

Freshwater, estuarine, lagoon and marine environments

 

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Terrestrial Ecology

Unique blend of academic and practical expertise

 

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Behavioural Impact Assessment

Sustainable solutions to support industry and regulators alike

 

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Welcome to Bournemouth University Global Environmental Solutions

BU Global Environmental Solutions (BUG) is the environmental consultancy arm of the Faculty of Science and Technology at Bournemouth University, located within the Department of Life and Environmental Sciences. We provide a unique blend of academic and practical expertise to address global ecological issues; developing sustainable solutions to support industry and regulators alike.

BUG’s internationally recognised scientific staff, combined with a comprehensive laboratory and field monitoring capability, provide our clients with a ‘one-stop-shop’ for ecological monitoring and scientific advisory services. READ MORE ABOUT BUG

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Sea lamprey spawning behaviour

BUG has a field office located on the River Frome in Dorset, with access to high quality laboratory and field research facilities. Current work includes assessing sea lamprey spawning behaviour – click on the video below to see nest building and spawning activity.

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BUG works throughout the world to address global ecological issues and develop sustainable solutions. Take a look at the map to see some of the areas we are currently working in.

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BUG is based at Bournemouth University, working throughout the UK and across the globe

India

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Adrian Pinder, Director of the Mahseer Trust in India.

www.mahseertrust.org

USA

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Richard Stillman – Predicting the effect of environmental change on migratory black brant geese. Contract research funded by Ducks Unlimited, Humboldt Bay, Califormia, USA.

Indonesia

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Amanda Korstjens, leader of the LEAP primate research team in Indonesia.

LEAP website

Chile

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Professor Adrian Newtown coordinating the Restoration of Forest Landscapes (ReForLan) project in Chile, Argentina and Mexico.

ReForLan project website

Mexico

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Professor Adrian Newtown coordinating the Restoration of Forest Landscapes (ReForLan) project in Chile, Argentina and Mexico.

ReForLan project website

Kyrgyzstan

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Professor Adrian Newtown coordinating the ‘Conserving Eden: participatory forest management in the Tien Shan region’ project in Kyrgyzstan.

Conserving Eden website

Brazil

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Professor Adrian Newtown maintaining formal research links between BU and the University of Sao Paulo

Kenya

Rob Britton, working on Invasive Non-Native Species in Kenya

Comprehensive knowledge of legislative obligations
Review and critique of Eels Regulations implementation for UK Water Industry Research
Eel screening and passage assessments
Cost Benefit Analysis and Alternative Measures
Water sector, power sector, industry, commercial and private