Gillian Gooderham

From inauspicious beginnings in a Sussex barn to policy-changing science, the Sussex Study aims to reverse the decline of wildlife on Britain’s farmland.  This is the story of a unique and impressive set of data gathered by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) and its predecessors during the past 50 years over an area...

The outstanding merit of Silent Spring is such that 25 years after its launch, in 1988, the Institute of Biology held a symposium in London exploring Britain since Silent Spring: update on the ecological effects on agricultural pesticides in the U.K.  The Head of GWCT’s Cereals and Gamebirds Research Project at the time, Dr Nick...

The outstanding merit of Silent Spring is such that 25 years after its launch, in 1988, the Institute of Biology held a symposium in London exploring Britain since Silent Spring: update on the ecological effects on agricultural pesticides in the U.K.  The Head of GWCT’s Cereals and Gamebirds Research Project at the time, Dr Nick...

The outstanding merit of Silent Spring is such that 25 years after its launch, in 1988, the Institute of Biology held a symposium in London exploring Britain since Silent Spring: update on the ecological effects on agricultural pesticides in the U.K.  The Head of GWCT’s Cereals and Gamebirds Research Project at the time, Dr Nick...

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT), based in Fordingbridge, Hampshire, established the National Gamebag Census (NGC) in 1961 in order to provide a central repository of bag records from UK shoots.  The Census has become a unique set of data on game and predatory species in the UK which has been gathered from bag...