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20.04.17

Hydrological Status Update

Jamie Hannaford , Leader Hydrological Status & Reporting Group at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, presents an update on the current...

11.04.17

On how to maximise the contribution of long-term experiments to global science…

Climate change affects our lives: floods destroy urban and natural areas, droughts cause plants to wilt and harm our soils, and constantly increasing...

11.04.17

The state of the major Cumbrian lakes in 2016

Professor Stephen Maberly outlines some of the water quality results from seven Cumbrian Lakes taken in 2016 as part of a significant long-term...

10.04.17

We need to talk about Nitrogen

Plantlife, together with the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and other organisations (RSPB, Stockholm Environment Institute, Woodland Trust, and...

04.04.17

The evolving landscape of citizen science

Only a few years ago, talking about ‘citizen science’ would have resulted in puzzled looks from listeners, but today citizen science is talked about...

03.04.17

Soil quality challenges explored at SE Asia oil palm workshop

On 2-3 March 2017, 19 organisations from the UK, Malaysia and Indonesia, including representatives from the oil palm industry and non–profit...

30.03.17

Policy application of science - Science for Defra presentation

Professor David Fowler FRS CBE of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology gave a keynote presentation to the Science for Defra conference at the Royal...

24.03.17

Chemical contaminants interfere with the stress response of fishes in UK rivers

Tom Pottinger and Peter Matthiessen update us on recent research into the effects of chemicals on fish in river water: The ability of fish to respond...

23.03.17

Showcasing FEH at Flood and Coast 2017

Hydrologists and modellers from CEH, Wallingford Hydrosolutions, and NRFA will exhibit at the forthcoming Flood and Coast 2017 Conference in Telford...

22.03.17

A year of iRecording

The iRecord website , supported by a range of apps, makes it easier than ever for wildlife sightings to be recorded by enthusiasts, checked by...

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