Mute swans in chalk river catchments: a conservation conflict?

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Authors: Wood, K.A.

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Journal: Freshwater Biological Association News

Volume: 54

Pages: 6-7

Publisher: Freshwater Biological Association

To further promote the excellent research that is being conducted by our ‘next generation’ of freshwater biologists, we are giving column space to current PhD students. Kevin Wood completed a Biology degree at the University of Bristol and a BSc thesis on guppy foraging behaviour, under the guidance of Prof. Julian Partridge. He then moved to Queen Mary, University of London for the Freshwater and Coastal Sciences MSc, supported by a NERC Masters Training Grant, and produced a thesis on interactions between invasive crayfish and native fish, part-sponsored by the Environment Agency and supervised by Dr Jonathan Grey. Below, he outlines his PhD focus, supervised by Dr Matthew O’Hare and supported by NERC.

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