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Biological data for south-east and part of central Scotland

Robin (Erithacus rubecula)
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Previous Conferences


Dr Hannah Grist presenting on the CoCoast project at the TWIC Autumn Conference 2016. Photo: Natalie Harmsworth
  • April 2017 - Farming and Biodiversity in Scotland – An Essential Partnership - Conference report [PDF, 7 pages, 2.23 MB]. Download the presentations here [Compressed (zipped) folder, 179 MB].
  • November 2016 - Sea Change? A Conference on Marine Recording and Conservation - Conference report [PDF, 6 pages, 1 MB]. Download the presentations here [Compressed (zipped) folder, 7.24 MB].
  • April 2016 - Tools and Technologies to assist Biological Recording - Conference report
  • December 2015 - The Wildlife Information Centre: East meets West - Conference report
  • April 2015 - Arrivals and Departures: The Changing Face of Wildlife in the Lothians and Borders - Conference report.
  • November 2014 - The Under-Recorded and Obscure - Addressing Gaps in Species Recording - Conference report.
  • May 2014 - Recording in 2014 - What's new? - Conference report.
  • November 2013 - Why Biological Recording Matters - Conference programme.
  • March 2013 - Upland Recording and Conservation - Conference report.
  • November 2012 - Grassland Recording and Conservation - Conference report.
  • March 2012 - Recording in Woodlands - Conference report.
  • November 2011 - Recording in Wetlands - Conference programme.
  • March 2011 - Spring event - Conference report.
  • September 2010 - Expanding the scope of biodiversity recording - Conference report.

LWIC Conferences

  • March 2009 - Biodiversity data - from collection to use - Conference report.
  • April 2007 - Filling the gaps in our biodiversity knowledge
  • April 2006 - Broadening our biodiversity horizons

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