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Scientist Susan Laurance leads the Daintree Drought Experiment in far north Queensland. The experiment combines the efforts of plant physiologists, ecologists, soil experts, climatologists and hydrolo... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / Scientist Susan Laurance leads the Daintree Drought Experiment in far north Queensland. The experiment combines the efforts of plant physiologists, ecologists, soil experts, climatologists and hydrolo...
Scientists handling Northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) nestling, part of an urban goshawk colour ringing study. Berlin, Germany. May. Nominated in the Melvita Nature Images Awards competition 2014. - Sam Hobson
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Sam Hobson / Scientists handling Northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) nestling, part of an urban goshawk colour ringing study. Berlin, Germany. May. Nominated in the Melvita Nature Images Awards competition 2014.
Northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) nestling ready to be ringed as part of urban goshawk colour ringing study. Berlin, Germany, May. Nominated in the Melvita Nature Images Awards competition 2014. - Sam Hobson
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Sam Hobson / Northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) nestling ready to be ringed as part of urban goshawk colour ringing study. Berlin, Germany, May. Nominated in the Melvita Nature Images Awards competition 2014.
Northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) nestlings inside treetop nest, handled by Dr. Norbert Kenntner. Part of an urban goshawk colour ringing study. Berlin, Germany, May 2014. Nominated in the Melvita... - Sam Hobson
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Sam Hobson / Northern goshawk (Accipiter gentilis) nestlings inside treetop nest, handled by Dr. Norbert Kenntner. Part of an urban goshawk colour ringing study. Berlin, Germany, May 2014. Nominated in the Melvita...
Antoine Cadi, scientist, and assistant measure the shell of an African spurred tortoise (Centrochelys / Geochelone sulcata) Sahel desert, Ferlo North Reserve, Senegal, West Africa, Vulnerable species.... - Roland Seitre
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Roland Seitre / Antoine Cadi, scientist, and assistant measure the shell of an African spurred tortoise (Centrochelys / Geochelone sulcata) Sahel desert, Ferlo North Reserve, Senegal, West Africa, Vulnerable species....
Fisheries Protection Vessel (Pharos) arrived at King Edward Point with King penguins on shoreline, South Georgia Heritage Trust Rat Eradication Project, South Georgia, February 2011 - Ingo Arndt
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Ingo Arndt / Fisheries Protection Vessel (Pharos) arrived at King Edward Point with King penguins on shoreline, South Georgia Heritage Trust Rat Eradication Project, South Georgia, February 2011
two RSPB scientists carrying equipment for study of aquatic invertebrate adundance as part of Common Scoter (Melanitta nigra) research, Forsinard Flows RSPB reserve, Flow Country, Sutherland, Highland... - Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION
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Mark Hamblin / 2020VISION / two RSPB scientists carrying equipment for study of aquatic invertebrate adundance as part of Common Scoter (Melanitta nigra) research, Forsinard Flows RSPB reserve, Flow Country, Sutherland, Highland...
Dr. Ian Bartholomew taking measurements as part of a study to measure the speed of the receding Russell Glacier near Kangerlussuag, Greenland. The study is looking at how melt water is affecting the g... - Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Dr. Ian Bartholomew taking measurements as part of a study to measure the speed of the receding Russell Glacier near Kangerlussuag, Greenland. The study is looking at how melt water is affecting the g...
Dr. Ian Bartholomew using equipment to study melt water as part of a study to measure the speed of the receding Russell Glacier near Kangerlussuag, Greenland. July 2008 - Visuals Unlimited
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Visuals Unlimited / Dr. Ian Bartholomew using equipment to study melt water as part of a study to measure the speed of the receding Russell Glacier near Kangerlussuag, Greenland. July 2008
Corral of nests of Kemp's ridley turtle {Lepidochelys kempii} each nest is fenced and covered to protect from predators and flies, Rancho Nuevo, Gulf of Mexico, Mexico 2002 - Doug Perrine
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Doug Perrine / Corral of nests of Kemp's ridley turtle {Lepidochelys kempii} each nest is fenced and covered to protect from predators and flies, Rancho Nuevo, Gulf of Mexico, Mexico 2002
Multiple exposure study of various frogs gliding. Those with more webbing between their toes glide further (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series) - Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr
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Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr / Multiple exposure study of various frogs gliding. Those with more webbing between their toes glide further (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series)
Multiple exposure study of jumping Bushbaby which can leap six times its body length (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series) - Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr
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Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr / Multiple exposure study of jumping Bushbaby which can leap six times its body length (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series)
Multiple exposure study of jumping Bushbaby which can leap six times its body length (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series) - Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr
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Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr / Multiple exposure study of jumping Bushbaby which can leap six times its body length (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series)
Multiple exposure study of various frogs shows that those with more foot webbing glide further (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series) - Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr
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Tim MacMillan / John Downer Pr / Multiple exposure study of various frogs shows that those with more foot webbing glide further (Resolution restriction - image digitised from film, 'Weird Nature' tv series)
Biologist releases Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings from study nest, Santa Rosa NP Costa Rica - Doug Wechsler
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Doug Wechsler / Biologist releases Olive Ridley turtle hatchlings from study nest, Santa Rosa NP Costa Rica
Baby elephant, Amboseli NP (from Cynthia Moss EB family study group) Kenya - John Sparks
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John Sparks / Baby elephant, Amboseli NP (from Cynthia Moss EB family study group) Kenya
African elephant breeding herd (including Echo from Cynthia Moss EB family study group) Amboseli National Park, Kenya. - John Sparks
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John Sparks / African elephant breeding herd (including Echo from Cynthia Moss EB family study group) Amboseli National Park, Kenya.
Elephants (including Echo & Ella of Cynthia Moss EB family study group) Amboseli NP, Kenya, East Africa - John Sparks
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John Sparks / Elephants (including Echo & Ella of Cynthia Moss EB family study group) Amboseli NP, Kenya, East Africa
African elephant breeding herd. Amboseli National Park, Kenya. Cynthia Moss EB family study group the subject of Echo the Elephant. - John Sparks
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John Sparks / African elephant breeding herd. Amboseli National Park, Kenya. Cynthia Moss EB family study group the subject of Echo the Elephant.
Deforestation study plot, biological dynamics for forest fragments project near Manaus, Brazil - Mark Moffett
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Mark Moffett / Deforestation study plot, biological dynamics for forest fragments project near Manaus, Brazil
Eroded cap-rock with concentric circles of the Curtis formation atop Entrada sandstone, at sunset, in San Rafael Desert. BLM Wilderness Study Area, Hanksville, Utah, USA. October 2019. - Jack Dykinga
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Jack Dykinga / Eroded cap-rock with concentric circles of the Curtis formation atop Entrada sandstone, at sunset, in San Rafael Desert. BLM Wilderness Study Area, Hanksville, Utah, USA. October 2019.
Eroded cap rock of the Curtis formation with Entrada sandstone below, in morning light. BLM Wilderness Study Area, San Rafael Desert, near Hanksville, Utah, USA. 2019. - Jack Dykinga
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Jack Dykinga / Eroded cap rock of the Curtis formation with Entrada sandstone below, in morning light. BLM Wilderness Study Area, San Rafael Desert, near Hanksville, Utah, USA. 2019.
Eroded cap rock of the Curtis formation with Entrada sandstone below, at dawn. BLM Wilderness Study Area, San Rafael Desert, near Hanksville, Utah, USA. 2019. - Jack Dykinga
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Jack Dykinga / Eroded cap rock of the Curtis formation with Entrada sandstone below, at dawn. BLM Wilderness Study Area, San Rafael Desert, near Hanksville, Utah, USA. 2019.
Wood anemone (Anemone nemorosa) close up study of single flower in ancient woodland, Hertfordshire, England, UK, March - Andy Sands
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Andy Sands / Wood anemone (Anemone nemorosa) close up study of single flower in ancient woodland, Hertfordshire, England, UK, March
European larch flower / Larch rose (Larix decidua) close up study of female flower, Hertfordshire, England, UK, April - Focus Stacked - Andy Sands
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Andy Sands / European larch flower / Larch rose (Larix decidua) close up study of female flower, Hertfordshire, England, UK, April - Focus Stacked
Early spider orchid (Ophrys sphegodes) close up study of flower, Kent, England, UK, May. Focus Stacked - Andy Sands
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Andy Sands / Early spider orchid (Ophrys sphegodes) close up study of flower, Kent, England, UK, May. Focus Stacked
Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) seedlings in different stages of germination from seed to seedling with cotyledons, above and below ground. Sequence. - Nigel Cattlin
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Nigel Cattlin / Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) seedlings in different stages of germination from seed to seedling with cotyledons, above and below ground. Sequence.
Researcher from platypusSPOT checking fyke net for Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus), part of a river population study for Melbourne Water. Beaconsfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 2017. - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Researcher from platypusSPOT checking fyke net for Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus), part of a river population study for Melbourne Water. Beaconsfield, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 2017.
Bird hide, created by Birdwatch Ireland to study and monitor Little tern (Sterna albifrons) colony, indicator species of climate change. County Wicklow, Ireland, Scotland, UK, June. - David  Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Bird hide, created by Birdwatch Ireland to study and monitor Little tern (Sterna albifrons) colony, indicator species of climate change. County Wicklow, Ireland, Scotland, UK, June.
Marine biologist Dr. Heather Masonjones tags a seahorse (Hippocampus erectus) to study a land locked alakaline lagoon's population. Through this method of injecting a non-toxic dye that can only b... - Shane Gross
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Shane Gross / Marine biologist Dr. Heather Masonjones tags a seahorse (Hippocampus erectus) to study a land locked alakaline lagoon's population. Through this method of injecting a non-toxic dye that can only b...
Marine biologist Dr. Heather Masonjones tags a seahorse (Hippocampus erectus) to study a land locked alakaline lagoon's population. Through this method of injecting a non-toxic dye, that can only... - Shane Gross
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Shane Gross / Marine biologist Dr. Heather Masonjones tags a seahorse (Hippocampus erectus) to study a land locked alakaline lagoon's population. Through this method of injecting a non-toxic dye, that can only...
Bird ringing study of Jack snipe (Lymnocryptes minimus) migration, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, December. - SCOTLAND: The Big Picture
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SCOTLAND: The Big Picture / Bird ringing study of Jack snipe (Lymnocryptes minimus) migration, Glasgow, Scotland, UK, December.
Bird ringing study of Jack snipe (Lymnocryptes minimus) migration, Glasgow, Scotland, UK - SCOTLAND: The Big Picture
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SCOTLAND: The Big Picture / Bird ringing study of Jack snipe (Lymnocryptes minimus) migration, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
James Cook University's Susan Laurance checks data gathering equipment that measures how much moisture the trees take in. Dr. Susan Laurance leads the Daintree Drought Experiment in far north Quee... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / James Cook University's Susan Laurance checks data gathering equipment that measures how much moisture the trees take in. Dr. Susan Laurance leads the Daintree Drought Experiment in far north Quee...
James Cook University's Susan Laurance - Tropical Leader at the Centre for Tropical Environmental and Sustainability Studies and College of Marine and Environmental Sciences leads the Daintree Dro... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / James Cook University's Susan Laurance - Tropical Leader at the Centre for Tropical Environmental and Sustainability Studies and College of Marine and Environmental Sciences leads the Daintree Dro...
James Cook University's Susan Laurance leads the Daintree Drought Experiment in far north Queensland. The experiement combines the efforts of plant physiologists, ecologists, soil experts, climato... - Jurgen Freund
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Jurgen Freund / James Cook University's Susan Laurance leads the Daintree Drought Experiment in far north Queensland. The experiement combines the efforts of plant physiologists, ecologists, soil experts, climato...
Researcher examining the spur of a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) that was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study into their distribution. Spurs can help a researchers age a male platypus. W... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Researcher examining the spur of a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) that was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study into their distribution. Spurs can help a researchers age a male platypus. W...
Platypus researcher holding a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) which was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Chum Creek, Healsville, Victoria, Australia. Ma... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researcher holding a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) which was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Chum Creek, Healsville, Victoria, Australia. Ma...
Platypus researchers packing up fyke nets in the early morning. These were set the afternoon prior to try and capture platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) as part of a Melbourne Water study. Woori Yall... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researchers packing up fyke nets in the early morning. These were set the afternoon prior to try and capture platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) as part of a Melbourne Water study. Woori Yall...
Platypus researcher holding a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) whilst field assistant measures the bill length. It was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. C... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researcher holding a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) whilst field assistant measures the bill length. It was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. C...
Researcher examining the spur of a Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) that was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study into their distribution. Spurs can help a researchers age a male platypus. W... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Researcher examining the spur of a Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) that was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study into their distribution. Spurs can help a researchers age a male platypus. W...
Platypus researchers holding a Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) and measuring bill length. It was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Chum Creek, Healsville... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researchers holding a Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) and measuring bill length. It was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Chum Creek, Healsville...
Platypus researcher holding a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) whilst field assistant measured bill length. It was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Chum... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researcher holding a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) whilst field assistant measured bill length. It was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Chum...
Platypus researchers retrieving a Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) from a Fyke net that was set up to capture them as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Once retrieved... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researchers retrieving a Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) from a Fyke net that was set up to capture them as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Once retrieved...
Platypus researchers measuring the bill length of a Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) which was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Chum Creek, Healsville, V... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researchers measuring the bill length of a Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) which was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Chum Creek, Healsville, V...
Platypus researchers holding a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) whilst field assistant measures the bill length. It was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population.... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researchers holding a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) whilst field assistant measures the bill length. It was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population....
Platypus researchers holding a Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) which was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Chum Creek, Healsville, Victoria, Australia. M... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researchers holding a Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) which was captured as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Chum Creek, Healsville, Victoria, Australia. M...
Platypus researchers retrieving a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) from a Fyke net that was set up to capture them as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Worri Yallock... - Doug Gimesy
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Doug Gimesy / Platypus researchers retrieving a platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus) from a Fyke net that was set up to capture them as part of a Melbourne Water study to monitor the local population. Worri Yallock...
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