Introduction to GIS for environmental scientists
Post date: 2019-05-07
Dr. Ingo Schüder
Date:The next course is likely to run Sep 2020.Please express your interest online now, so we can fix a new date and you can benefit from the Early Bird discount.Location: UKCEH Wallingford...
ChemPop: What are the impacts of chemicals on wildlife populations?
Post date: 2019-05-01
Paulette Burns
Collaborating institutesCentre for Ecology & HydrologyUniversity of HullZoological Society of LondonBrunel University London
Invasive alien species threaten biodiversity and health in Mediterranean
Post date: 2019-04-30
Simon Williams
The first priority lists for invasive alien species of potential concern to biodiversity, ecosystems and human health within the Mediterranean region have been compiled.The Centre for Ecology &...
‘Rewilding must enable ecosystems to become self-sustaining’
Post date: 2019-04-26
Simon Williams
Better planning and implementation of ‘rewilding’ projects would benefit ecosystems and humans, scientists have said.Researchers from several European institutions, including the Centre for Ecology...
Post date: 2019-04-26
Lucy Barker
New UK isotope research service is created
Post date: 2019-04-10
Simon Williams
A new isotope research network involving the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology will provide a world-leading ‘one stop shop’ service for UK scientists.This integrated approach will streamline how the...
Scottish Freshwater Group: 2019 meetings
Post date: 2019-04-09
Paulette Burns
SFG 103rd meeting (Autumn 2019)The 103rd SFG meeting will take place on Thursday 24 October 2019. Talks will be held in the Logie Lecture Theatre and posters/demonstrations in the Foyer outside the...
Butterflies bounce back in heatwave summer
Post date: 2019-04-08
Simon Williams
UK butterflies bounced back in 2018 following a string of poor years, thanks in part to last year’s heatwave summer, a study has revealed.More than two thirds of UK butterfly species (39 of 57) were...
Climate change is pushing wildlife ‘out of sync’
Post date: 2019-04-01
Simon Williams
Climate change has advanced the natural cycles of many species in the UK but timings vary markedly across the country, according to a major study of wildlife’s seasonal events over the past 50 years....
Widespread losses among pollinating insects in Britain
Post date: 2019-03-26
Simon Williams
Many insect pollinator species are disappearing from areas of Great Britain, a new study has found.The research, led by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, measured the presence of 353 wild bee...


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