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Alien fish continue to spread in UK rivers https://www.ceh.ac.uk/press/alien-fish-continue-spread-uk-rivers 8435 2005-11-29 An invasive fish species, which poses major threats to UK fish, has been found in rivers and lakes across England and Wales according to new research published today in Fisheries Management and... view
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Science is big in Europe https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/centre-ecology-hydrology-science-big-europe 8341 2005-11-24 [[{"fid":"334","view_mode":"media_original","fields":{"format":"media_original","field_file_image_alt_text[und][0][value]":"Conference banner","field_file_image_title_text[und][0][value]":""},"type... view
'Life in the Undergrowth' - Centre for Ecology & Hydrology science on the BBC https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/life-undergrowth-centre-ecology-hydrology-science-bbc 8342 2005-11-23 The work of butterfly scientist Professor Jeremy Thomas, carried out at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology's former research site in Dorset, is featured in David Attenborough's new 5 part series... view
Scientists and MP's link up https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/scientists-and-mps-link 8343 2005-11-18 Two Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) scientists have been successful in the prestigious Royal Society’s “MP-Scientist Pairing Scheme”.[[{"fid":"1147","view_mode":"media_original","fields":{"... view
New ways of accessing UK Biodiversity data https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/new-ways-accessing-uk-biodiversity-data 8344 2005-10-03 The National Biodiversity Network (NBN) Gateway website which allows easy access to UK Biodiversity data has been updated. The new version makes it easier for users to access an extended range of... view
WinTWINS (TWINSPAN): a 26-year old computer program still in hot demand https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/wintwins-twinspan-26-year-old-computer-program-still-hot-demand 8345 2005-10-03 WinTWINS, a windows wrapper for the world famous TWINSPAN software which classifies vegetation data on the basis of species composition is now available from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology... view
New research finds GM herbicide-tolerant crops may lead to longer term effects on weed seedbanks https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/new-research-finds-gm-herbicide-tolerant-crops-may-lead-longer-term-effects-weed 8346 2005-09-28 A new study, published today in the Royal Society journal Biology Letters considers the longer term effects of planting genetically modified herbicide tolerant (GMHT) crops on biodiversity.[[{"fid":"... view
Soils reveal Carbon dioxide and global warming paradox https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/soils-reveal-carbon-dioxide-and-global-warming-paradox 8347 2005-09-12 Centre for Ecology & Hydrology scientists formed part of a team which published a new study this week showing forests may not be able to slow down global warming as effectively as previously... view
Tree mallow leads to puffin decline https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/tree-mallow-leads-puffin-decline 8348 2005-08-31 Centre for Ecology & Hydrology scientists are running a new project to investigate puffin decline on an island on the East Coast of Scotland.[[{"fid":"1153","view_mode":"media_original","fields... view
Teamwork makes bacteria more effective https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/teamwork-makes-bacteria-more-effective 8349 2005-08-25 The number of species of bacteria, rather than any particular type, plays a crucial role in performing ecological services such as breaking down pollutants and waste, according to British and... view


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