Senior Lecturer in Applied Ecology, Nottingham Trent University
Dr Adam Bates is a Senior Lecturer in the environment group in the School of Animal, Rural & Environmental Sciences.
He is module leader for CCMT10420 Introduction to Plant Ecology, CCMT20524 Introduction to Research, CCMT20121 Applied Habitat Management & CCMT30413 Advanced Ecology. He teaches on a variety of other modules including field courses to Spain and Pembrokeshire and CCMT10421 Ecological Census Techniques.
Dr Bates is an active researcher in a variety of areas including urban ecology, green roofs, citizen science, riparian and orchard ecology.
If you could ask British insects about the habitats they prefer, theyd probably tell you that you cant improve on grassland thats rich with wildflowers. For farmers, though, grassland is said to be improved if it has been...