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Our team at the RSPB Centre for Conservation Science aims to discover practical solutions to 21st century conservation problems.

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    Waterbirds in the UK 2014-2015

    Waterbirds in the UK 2014-2015

    Date: 11 May 2016
    Authors: BTO, JNCC, RSPB, and WWT

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    Case study no 16: Climate change research

    Case study no 16: Climate change research

    Part of a collection that aims to highlight RSPB science from the last decade. Climate change is a substantial and growing threat to wildlife in the UK and globally.

    Date: 11 May 2016
    Authors: BTO, JNCC, RSPB, and WWT
    Authors: Dr Steven Ewing

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    Case study no 15: Renewable energy and conservation science

    Case study no 15: Renewable energy and conservation science

    Part of a collection that aims to highlight RSPB science from the last decade. This case study focuses on the evidence available in support of the RSPB's position on renewables.

    Date: 11 May 2016
    Authors: BTO, JNCC, RSPB, and WWT
    Authors: Dr Steven Ewing
    Authors: Dr Rowena Langston

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    Birds of Conservation Concern 4: summary

    Birds of Conservation Concern 4: summary

    The UK's leading bird conservation organisations have worked together to review the status of birds in the UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man.

    Date: 3 December 2015
    Authors: Eaton MA, Aebischer NJ, Brown AF, Hearn RD, Lock L, Musgrove AJ, Noble DG, Stroud DA and Gregory RD

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    The state of the UK's birds 2015

    The state of the UK's birds 2015

    The state of the UK's birds 2015 (SUKB), is the 16th edition of this annual report. It provides a one-stop shop for all the latest results from annual, periodic and one-off surveys and monitoring programmes.

    Date: 10 November 2015
    Authors: Hayhow DB, Bond AL, Eaton MA, Grice PV, Hall C, Hall J, Harris SJ, Hearn RD, Holt CA, Noble DG, Stroud DA and Wotton S

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