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Prioritising management of established non-native species on Caribbean UKOTs
Invasive alien species are identified as one of the main drivers of biodiversity loss worldwide. They are a particularly significant problem for the...
Warming trend revealed in eight decades of Cumbrian lake temperature records
It is widely accepted that we are experiencing climate change. Though it is challenging to predict its future impacts, we expect to see changes to...
Earlier spring ‘greening’ triggers changed rainfall patterns
Each year it seems spring arrives earlier and there is much evidence to back this up, but what impact is that having on summer soil moisture and...
Nature has crucial role in tackling climate change
Dr Jeanette Whitaker discusses the importance of how we measure success of climate change adaptation and mitigation in terrestrial ecosystems...
Briefing Note: Severity of the November 2019 floods - preliminary analysis
An unsettled and wet period since late September followed by persistent heavy rainfall in late October and early November has caused severe flooding...
National field survey takes advantage of innovative technology
Recent advances in technology are bringing many benefits to a national soil and vegetation survey currently being carried out by the Centre for...
Environmental Audit Committee calls on citizen scientists to tackle threat from invasive species
Last week, the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) published a report that calls on an 'army' of citizens to tackle the growing threat from invasive...
Biodiversity boost for housing association sites
Ecologist Jodey Peyton tells us more about a new project to help housing associations and their residents manage their sites for wildlife... There’s...
Volunteer recorders play vital role in monitoring the state of nature
A partnership of 70 wildlife organisations, research institutes and government agencies has produced the third State of Nature report, the clearest...
Visit by Scottish Government Chief Scientific Adviser for Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture
We recently welcomed Professor Andrew Millar, the Scottish Government’s Chief Scientific Adviser for Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture,...