Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, Lancaster
CEH's Lancaster site is based within the campus of Lancaster University and forms part of the Lancaster Environment Centre. The site was opened in 2004 and has state-of-the-art laboratories, controlled-environment greenhouses and many other research facilities. CEH also retains use of the unique fish-holding facilities and hatcheries at Lake Windermere.
The research carried out at Lancaster is part of the CEH-wide Science Programme, covering the fields of Biodiversity, Water and Biogeochemistry, supported by the Environmental Information Data Centre.
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By road: Leave the M6 at junction 33, take the A6 north towards Lancaster. Continue for 1.75 miles, turn right at the second set of traffic lights into the University (after Galgate village). At the roundabout take the last exit, then first left into Library Avenue.
By rail: Lancaster railway station is on the main West Coast London- Scotland route, about two-and-a-half hours from London. Take a bus or taxi to the University from the station.
By air: There is a direct rail link from the Manchester International Airport (terminal 2) to Lancaster Station. Journey time is between an hour and a half and two hours.
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