The UWE Bat Conservation Research Lab conducts research in applied conservation biology, with a particular focus on bats. Research themes include global environmental change, the effect of urban and agricultural expansion on wildlife, human-wildlife conflict and testing approaches to mitigation. The lab specialises in a wide range of techniques, including radio-tracking, acoustic monitoring, spatial modelling and thermal imaging and has active research programmes both in the UK and Malawi (African Bat Conservation, www.africanbatconservation.org).

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