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Thermometer taking the air temperature as part of a study to measure the speed of the Russell Glacier near Kangerlussuaq Greenland. July 2008.  -  Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Thermometer taking the air temperature as part of a study to measure the speed of the Russell Glacier near Kangerlussuaq Greenland. July 2008.
Blood samples collected by scientists working with urban goshawks (Accipiter gentilis). Berlin, Germany, May 2014. Nominated in the Melvita Nature Images Awards competition 2014.  -  Sam Hobson
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Sam Hobson / Blood samples collected by scientists working with urban goshawks (Accipiter gentilis). Berlin, Germany, May 2014. Nominated in the Melvita Nature Images Awards competition 2014.
Hammer Headed bats (Hypsignathus monstrosus) in gloved hand - live mist net catch for blood sampling in search of the unknown reservoir host for Ebola virus. Ebola outbreaks in Mbomo in 2003 killed 12...  -  Jabruson
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Jabruson / Hammer Headed bats (Hypsignathus monstrosus) in gloved hand - live mist net catch for blood sampling in search of the unknown reservoir host for Ebola virus. Ebola outbreaks in Mbomo in 2003 killed 12...
School children carrying equipment to release salmon fry in the River Haddeo and to do invertebrate kick samples with Westcountry Rivers Trust (WRT) warden. Bury, Exmoor National Park, Somerset, UK. M...  -  Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION
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Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION / School children carrying equipment to release salmon fry in the River Haddeo and to do invertebrate kick samples with Westcountry Rivers Trust (WRT) warden. Bury, Exmoor National Park, Somerset, UK. M...
School child releases salmon fry in the River Haddeo, with Westcountry Rivers Trust (WRT) warden. Bury, Exmoor National Park, Somerset, UK. May 2012. Editorial use only  -  Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION
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Ross Hoddinott / 2020VISION / School child releases salmon fry in the River Haddeo, with Westcountry Rivers Trust (WRT) warden. Bury, Exmoor National Park, Somerset, UK. May 2012. Editorial use only
Researcher preparing "Bongo" net for sampling zooplankton on Expedition ship, Polarstern, Weddell Sea, Antarctica  -  Ingo Arndt
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Ingo Arndt / Researcher preparing "Bongo" net for sampling zooplankton on Expedition ship, Polarstern, Weddell Sea, Antarctica
Launching CTD (conductivity, temperature, depth) water sampling equipment from research boat GO Sars. Atlantic ocean deep sea research  -  David Shale
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David Shale / Launching CTD (conductivity, temperature, depth) water sampling equipment from research boat GO Sars. Atlantic ocean deep sea research
Freshwater biologists taking water samples for eDNA testing, kettle hole pond, Shawbury Heath, Shropshire, England, UK. May, 2021. Model released.  -  Will Watson
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Will Watson / Freshwater biologists taking water samples for eDNA testing, kettle hole pond, Shawbury Heath, Shropshire, England, UK. May, 2021. Model released.
Ecologist capturing moth in tube for identification, moth attracted to sheet by artificial light. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 50% decrease in moth numbers in 25 years. De Kaaistoep Nature Rese...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Ecologist capturing moth in tube for identification, moth attracted to sheet by artificial light. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 50% decrease in moth numbers in 25 years. De Kaaistoep Nature Rese...
Biologist from Entomological Society Krefeld collecting trapped insects from malaise trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, April 2019.  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Biologist from Entomological Society Krefeld collecting trapped insects from malaise trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, April 2019.
Insects trapped at top of malaise trap erected by Entomological Society Krefeld. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, April 2019.  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Insects trapped at top of malaise trap erected by Entomological Society Krefeld. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, April 2019.
Insects trapped at top of malaise trap erected by Entomological Society Krefeld. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, April 2019.  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Insects trapped at top of malaise trap erected by Entomological Society Krefeld. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, April 2019.
View through malaise trap to biologists from Radboud University and Entomological Society Krefeld collecting specimens. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years....  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / View through malaise trap to biologists from Radboud University and Entomological Society Krefeld collecting specimens. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years....
View through malaise trap tobiologists from Radboud University and Entomological Society Krefeld collecting specimens. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years....  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / View through malaise trap tobiologists from Radboud University and Entomological Society Krefeld collecting specimens. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years....
Insect samples from malaise trap run by the Entomological Society Krefeld. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, 2019.  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Insect samples from malaise trap run by the Entomological Society Krefeld. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, 2019.
Biologists from Entomological Society Krefeld and Radboud University with Insect specimens from malaise trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany,...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Biologists from Entomological Society Krefeld and Radboud University with Insect specimens from malaise trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany,...
Biologist from Entomological Society Krefeld with samples of Insect specimens from malaise trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, 2019.  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Biologist from Entomological Society Krefeld with samples of Insect specimens from malaise trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, 2019.
Biologist from Entomological Society Krefeld holding sample of Insect specimens from malaise trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, 2019.  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Biologist from Entomological Society Krefeld holding sample of Insect specimens from malaise trap. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Germany, 2019.
Entomologist sorting through Insect sample in tray, reference books in background. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Krefeld, Germa...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Entomologist sorting through Insect sample in tray, reference books in background. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Krefeld, Germa...
Entomologist tipping Insects caught in malaise trap into tray, reference books in background. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Kre...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Entomologist tipping Insects caught in malaise trap into tray, reference books in background. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Kre...
Entomologist with Insect sample in tray prior to weighing, reference books in background. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Krefeld...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Entomologist with Insect sample in tray prior to weighing, reference books in background. Long-term monitoring has revealed a 75% decline in insect biomass over 27 years. Entomological Society Krefeld...
Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...
Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Researchers sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment than...
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates in trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...
Sample of Insects held by ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Sample of Insects held by ecotoxicologist conducting research into impact of thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environment...
Ecotoxicologist sampling aquatic invertebrates from emergence trap over trial ditch exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the n...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Ecotoxicologist sampling aquatic invertebrates from emergence trap over trial ditch exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the n...
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...  -  Edwin Giesbers
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Edwin Giesbers / Ecotoxicologists sampling aquatic invertebrates from trial ditches exposed to thiacloprid, a neonicotinoid. Organisms found to be 2500 times more sensitive to the insecticide in the natural environmen...
Biologist Katie Chartrand of James Cook University collecting Coral samples to further knowledge of Coral spawning, part of the Coral Larval Restoration Project led by Southern Cross University. Great...  -  Juergen Freund
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Juergen Freund / Biologist Katie Chartrand of James Cook University collecting Coral samples to further knowledge of Coral spawning, part of the Coral Larval Restoration Project led by Southern Cross University. Great...
Boobok owl (Ninox boobook) chick held by veterinary nurse while blood is taken for analysis. Chick treated for head trauma, likely caused by bird attack. Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, Gold Coast, Queen...  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Boobok owl (Ninox boobook) chick held by veterinary nurse while blood is taken for analysis. Chick treated for head trauma, likely caused by bird attack. Currumbin Wildlife Hospital, Gold Coast, Queen...
Researcher Ida Lundback (right), with the assistance of volunteer Naomi Wells (left), prepares to take a faecal sample from a captured Little Blue Penguin (Eudyptula minor) before returning it back to...  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Researcher Ida Lundback (right), with the assistance of volunteer Naomi Wells (left), prepares to take a faecal sample from a captured Little Blue Penguin (Eudyptula minor) before returning it back to...
Veterinarian and koala expert, Jon Hanger from the Endeavour Ecology Center, looking at a slide with a Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) blood sample. Toorbul, Queensland, Australia. April, 2017.  Edito...  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Veterinarian and koala expert, Jon Hanger from the Endeavour Ecology Center, looking at a slide with a Koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) blood sample. Toorbul, Queensland, Australia. April, 2017. Edito...
Researcher collecting a blood sample from a Greater flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) juvenile's leg during the ringing process, Fuente de Piedra lagoon, Malaga, Spain. August.  -  Francisco Marquez
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Francisco Marquez / Researcher collecting a blood sample from a Greater flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber) juvenile's leg during the ringing process, Fuente de Piedra lagoon, Malaga, Spain. August.
Diver sampling red hot pillow lava at underwater eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii.  -  Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Diver sampling red hot pillow lava at underwater eruption of Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii.
Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) blood taken from an anaesthetised platypus captured in field. It will be put into a test tube for later analysis. Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia. May 2018.  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) blood taken from an anaesthetised platypus captured in field. It will be put into a test tube for later analysis. Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia. May 2018.
Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) researcher taking cheek pouch samples from an anaesthetized platypus that was captured earlier from in the Snowy River, Dalgety, NSW, Australia. Dalgety, NSW, Austr...  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) researcher taking cheek pouch samples from an anaesthetized platypus that was captured earlier from in the Snowy River, Dalgety, NSW, Australia. Dalgety, NSW, Austr...
Anaesthetised Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) is readied for a radio transponder to be surgically implanted in a make-shift surgical theatre in a lounge room. This transponder will allow researche...  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Anaesthetised Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) is readied for a radio transponder to be surgically implanted in a make-shift surgical theatre in a lounge room. This transponder will allow researche...
Scientist taking blood sample from Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia. May 2018. Model release supplied.  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Scientist taking blood sample from Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia. May 2018. Model release supplied.
Scientist taking blood sample from Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia. May 2018. Model release supplied.  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Scientist taking blood sample from Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia. May 2018. Model release supplied.
Platypus researchers weighs a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) whilst another researcher writes down data. Warburton, Victoria, Australia. October, 2018. Model released.  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researchers weighs a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) whilst another researcher writes down data. Warburton, Victoria, Australia. October, 2018. Model released.
Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) urine sample placed in a test tube from a platypus caught in the field. Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia. May 2018.  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) urine sample placed in a test tube from a platypus caught in the field. Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia. May 2018.
Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) researcher taking cheek pouch samples from an anaesthetized platypus, Snowy River, Dalgety, NSW, Australia.  Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia. May 2018. Model releas...  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) researcher taking cheek pouch samples from an anaesthetized platypus, Snowy River, Dalgety, NSW, Australia. Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia. May 2018. Model releas...
Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) researcher taking a cheek pouch samples. Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia . May 2018. Model released  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) researcher taking a cheek pouch samples. Dartmouth, Victoria, Australia . May 2018. Model released
Researcher taking samples from river to test for Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) DNA.  Cardinia Creek, Beaconsfield, June, 2017. Model release supplied.  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Researcher taking samples from river to test for Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) DNA. Cardinia Creek, Beaconsfield, June, 2017. Model release supplied.
Two researchers examine an anaesthetised platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus). Body measurements, blood, urine and DNA samples will be taken, and a temporary radio transponder could be glued to its tai...  -  Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Two researchers examine an anaesthetised platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus). Body measurements, blood, urine and DNA samples will be taken, and a temporary radio transponder could be glued to its tai...
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