University of Bristol

  • AquaInvaders





    Our rivers, streams, lakes and ponds are under increasing pressure from invasive non-native species. Using AquaInvaders you will be able to help the Environment Agency, Scottish Natural Heritage and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency discover just what the extent of the problem is. Your...

  • Sealife Tracker

    Sealife Tracker




    If you are a diver, snorkeller, boat owner or coastal walker you can help scientists to collect much needed data on both invasive and climate change indicator marine species around the UK coastline. The Sealife Tracker project is a unique partnership between the British Sub Aqua Club, the Marine...

  • Leaf Watch

    Leaf Watch




    Help the Universities of Bristol and Hull track the spread of the horse-chestnut leaf miner moth with this simple, intuitive app. What is happening to Britain’s horse-chestnut trees? Since 2002 Britain’s conker trees have been under attack from a non-native moth – and you can help scientists at...

  • PlantTracker





    The Environment Agency, the Nature Locator team at the University of Bristol and the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology have joined forces to help combat the spread of the UK’s most problematic invasive, non-native plant species. These plants are spreading quickly across the UK. They displace...

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