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President's Letter
Spring 2019
30 May 2019

We have had another busy year in the SEB office and for our Council, and a number of changes to report.

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Cage diving is costly, not for humans, but for white sharks
Spring 2019
30 May 2019

Wildlife tourism is expanding rapidly within the tourist industry, due in part to a growing interest in connecting with nature, but also to new approaches that allow humans to come into very near contact with wildlife.

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Salt tolerance in polyploids
Spring 2019
30 May 2019

Why are polyploids generally more salt tolerant than their diploid progenitors? It is a particularly interesting question given the critical role of polyploidisation in plant evolution together with the large number of polyploid crops, including wheat, sweet potato, and oilseed rape.

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Stress Tests
Spring 2019
30 May 2019

In an ever-changing world, our ability to sample and analyse the physiological state of wildlife is becoming more and more important—but at what cost to the animals themselves? One of the sessions taking place at the 2018 SEB Annual Meeting explored the fascinating recent advances being made in developing non-invasive methods of stress monitoring for both laboratory-bound and field-based research.