A new study, conducted by a team of researchers from Bangor University, has shown that water quality in the Conwy and Clwyd rivers in North Wales is strongly related to the grade of agricultural lands in their respective catchment areas.
Publication date: 1 March 2021
Birdwatchers get very excited when a ‘rare’ migratory bird makes landfall having been blown off-course and flown beyond its normal range. But these are rare for a reason; most birds that have made the journey before are able to correct for large displacements and find their final destination.
Now, new research by an international team shows for the first time, how birds displaced in this way are able to navigate back to their migratory route and gives us an insight into how they accomplish this feat.
Publication date: 11 February 2021
The current UK government guidelines and policies are unlikely to prevent frequent entry of SARS-COVID-19 into the UK according to the results of a survey of people’s understanding of COVID-19 symptoms, and their attitudes and likely behaviours related to air travel during the pandemic.
Publication date: 5 February 2021
Fantastic opportunities for forestry placements are taken up by our students - here are two articles from Natural Resources Wales describing how much Bangor Students enjoyed their placements.
Publication date: 29 January 2021
Grants are being made available for Welsh students to study postgraduate degrees at Bangor University.
Publication date: 16 July 2020
Very well done to all this year's graduates!
We will be proud to enter your name & those of all your fellow @BFSA_forestry 2020 finalists into the hallowed Bangor University 'tome': a record of all who have graduated from our undergraduate forestry programmes since 1922.
Publication date: 28 June 2020