Sheep in a UK landscape - image by Shutterstock
We examine the impacts of agriculture on the environment
Atmospheric pollution - image by Shutterstock
We research the effects of atmospheric pollution across the globe
CEH has been involved in ecohydrological investigations at Braunton Burrows in North Devon
Understanding our dynamic coasts
Emerald Damselfly - photo by Heather Lowther
Global biodiversity is under great pressure
Melting glacier - photo by Shutterstock
Will climate change affect us?
Climate models - photo by Shutterstock
Simulating past and future climate changes
Drought affected ground at Whim Bog, Scotland. Photo - Heather Lowther
We have a long history of drought research
Taking a pill - image by Shutterstock
Our work on the impacts of pharmaceuticals on the environment
Powerlines - image by Shutterstock
Our scientists work on hydropower, bio- and wind- energy
Flooding at Crowmarsh on the River Thames - Image by Gwyn Rees
Our research helps predict and mitigate the impacts of floods
Surveying the swamps - image by Laurence Carvalho
We study how freshwater organisms interact with the environment
Habitat mapping for Countryside Survey - Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
We lead on the the UK Countryside Survey and UK Land Cover Map
Flooding at Wallingford - image by Harry Dixon
Our hydrologists help monitor, model and manage floods and droughts
Harlequin ladybird - Image by Richard Comont
Our work is critical for managing invasive species across Europe
White tailed bumble bee on lavender - Image by Denise Pallett
We carry out research on a wide range of pollinators
Borrowdale in the English Lake District © Andrew Sier. Image available under licence to NERC – Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Our wildlife monitoring and data analysis helps inform conservation decisions