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
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Post date: 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...
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
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Post date: 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":"...
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
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Post date: 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...
Tree mallow leads to puffin decline
https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/tree-mallow-leads-puffin-decline
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Post date: 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...
Teamwork makes bacteria more effective
https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/teamwork-makes-bacteria-more-effective
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Post date: 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...
Teamwork makes bacteria more effective
https://www.ceh.ac.uk/press/teamwork-makes-bacteria-more-effective
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Post date: 2005-08-25
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Press release The number of species of bacteria, rather than any particular type, plays a crucial role in performing ecological services such as breaking...
Action Needed to Save Woodland Wildflowers
https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/action-needed-save-woodland-wildflowers
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Post date: 2005-08-24
Action is needed to help reverse the decline of many of Britain’s best-loved woodland flowers, including the primrose, the nation’s most extensive ecological woodland survey has found. [[{"fid":"1155...
Organic farmers make a difference for English wildlife
https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/organic-farmers-make-difference-english-wildlife
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Post date: 2005-08-03
A research team which includes three scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) has conclusively shown that organic farms provide greater benefits for a range of wildlife including...
International students find out more about the 'big questions' in science
https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/international-students-find-out-more-about-big-questions-science
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Post date: 2005-08-03
Scientists at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) in Oxford will be hosting 40 international students this Thursday, August 4th, as part of the London International Youth Science Forum.[[{"...
Monitoring movement of herbicide resistant genes from farm-scale evaluation field sites to populations of wild crop relatives
https://www.ceh.ac.uk/news-and-media/news/monitoring-movement-herbicide-resistant-genes-farm-scale-evaluation-field-sites
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Post date: 2005-07-26
Independent Scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) recently completed a contract for Defra titled “Monitoring movement of herbicide resistant genes from farm-scale evaluation...

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