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Presentation on Flooding: a hydrologist's perspective
Presentation to the Biodiversity All-Party Parliamentary Group at Westminster Professor Alan Jenkins of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH)...
The Ozone Challenge
To address the key challenges presented by ground-level (or tropospheric) ozone, the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) plays a lead role in...
Reflecting on 2015's International Year of Soils
When the United Nations designated 2015 as the International Year of Soils (IYS), the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) jumped at the...
India-UK Water Security Exchange Initiative - report
In February 2016, the UK invited a delegation of senior water managers and decision makers to take part in a high level exchange initiative to share...
Reporting from Malaysia on the new global pollinator assessment
Dr Adam Vanbergen from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology has spent this week in Kuala Lumpur at the fourth plenary meeting of the...
Tree planting and reducing flooding – will it work?
Putting the results of Marshall et al., 2014 “The impact of rural land management changes on soil hydraulic properties and runoff processes” into...
Bigger cities lead to higher river flows
With all the recent heavy rainfall and flooding in many parts of the country the impacts of urban growth on river flows has again been a topic of...
Evidence for drought induced alternative stable states of soil moisture
Soil scientist Dr David Robinson explains more about new research he and colleagues have just published in the journal Scientific Reports Ecosystems...
Student prize success at BES2015
Congratulations to three of our co-supervised PhD students who have been cited by the British Ecological Society in recent award announcements...