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Fish rescue to keep fish safe during flood alleviation work

15th November 2016 - We have been working with Network Rail and BAM Nuttall on “fish rescue” projects undertaken as part of ongoing flood alleviation work. Read more

Thomson Unicomarine principal collaborates with international marine specialists

7th November 2016 - Thomson Unicomarine’s Principal Taxonomist was invited to the Natural History Museum in Paris to join a symposium focussing on marine animals found on a recent expedition to the Pacific Ocean. Read more

Thomson Ecology exhibiting at Major Infrastructure and Renewable Energy Planning in Wales

14th October 2016 - Thomson Ecology are delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Annual Major Infrastructure and Renewable Energy Planning in Wales, on the 18th October in Cardiff. Read more

The winner of the 2016 Thomson Ecology Photography Competition is announced!

6th October 2016 - The winner of the 2016 Thomson Ecology Photography Competition is Alan Warriner with his striking and atmospheric image “Fire in the ice”. Read more

Winter work – get ahead of the game

29th September 2016 - We cannot stress how important it is to start planning your winter works early. Whilst the vast majority of wildlife goes into hibernation over the winter, there is still work that can be done, and that is beneficial to do before the spring season starts. Read more

Thomson Ecology is talking about UAVs at CIEEM Autumn Conference

23rd September 2016 - Thomson Ecology are speaking at the 2016 CIEEM Autumn Conference which is being held at the Crowne Plaza in Nottingham on the 1st and 2nd November. Read more

Groundwater; Managing our Hidden Asset

12th September 2016 - Dr Arnaud Duranel, Senior Ecologist at Thomson Ecology, is speaking at the “Groundwater; Managing our Hidden Asset” conference this week. Read more

On the lookout for Sabellaria spinulosa

5th September 2016 - Thomson Unicomarine’s specialist benthic laboratory is currently on the lookout for Sabellaria spinulosa. We have been commissioned to analyse samples for a wind farm in the North Sea to determine the presence of these reef building worms. Read more

Bat surveys and bridge lift-out

30th August 2016 - Video footage shows our client's bridge "lift-out" of a road bridge over the South Wales mainline for Network Rail as part of the Great Western Electrification. We had carried out bat surveys of the bridge and surrounding structures. Read more

Thomson’s principal taxonomist gives talk to staff about new species discovery

18th August 2016 - Dr Ruth Barnich, Thomson Unicomarine’s Principal Taxonomist, presented a talk to all staff in the Guildford office earlier this week, explaining her recent discovery of two new species of polychaete. Read more

European Commission introduces list of invasive species to be banned from entering UK

2nd August 2016 - The regulations covering a list of 37 invasive alien species will come into effect on Wednesday 3rd August. Read more