A busy summer of fieldwork for BUG’s field teams

Jul 18, 2017

As the summer rolls on, BUG’s field teams are out and about the country working on a wide range of projects, as diverse as; terrestrial invertebrate surveys in the New Forest, electric fishing fish population surveys in various locations and a comprehensive aerial river habitat mapping survey of a 4.5km stretch of the River Teme in Worcestershire.

BUG’s capabilities span a wide range of disciplines, utilising the broad range of expertise within Bournemouth University’s Department of Life and Environmental Sciences. Feel free to get in touch for an informal discussion about how BUG can help you.

 

BUG’s CAA approved drone pilot, Dr Andy Harrison, and Catie Gutmann-Roberts checking camera settings before conducting an aerial river habitat survey

 

One of over 2,100 images captured on the River Teme, to be stitched into a high resolution geo-referenced orthomosaic

 

A nice diversity of fish captured in a tributary of the River Frome, Dorset

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