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At the heart of conservation biology

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Amelia Ramage BSc, MSc (PhD pending)

During my Biology degree at the University of Manchester, my passion for wildlife conservation took hold. The more I learnt about the natural world, the more I learnt about its destruction. This pushed me to pursue research aimed at ameliorating anthropogenic effects upon nature.
While recently undertaking an MSc with a research focus on the effects of climate change on sea turtles, I believe its imperative to provide a platform that aims to bring to light current conservation success stories, highlight threats to the rapidly changing natural world, and inform us all on how we can best protect nature from the fate life is heading toward.
So if you fancy learning a little or interested in wildlife in general, this blog is for you!

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