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More frequent moments in the climate change debate as emissions continue
Video and transcript relating to: Huntingford, C and Friedlingstein, P, 2015, More Frequent Moments in the Climate Change Debate as Emissions...
North West floods – Hydrological update
Storm Desmond has caused severe flooding across northern England (5-7 December 2015). Our hydrologists have provided the following background...
Science needs for water security in India
We’re running a three day workshop in Delhi, India this week exploring the future research needs and challenges which will underpin sustainable...
The Force Awakens for Cumbrian Lakes monitoring
Excitement is growing for Star Wars: The Force Awakens (opening on 17 December 2015 in the UK), but it’s not just fans of the space opera saga...
Does biodiversity weaken the effects of climate change?
The ROBIN project , investigating the role of biodiversity in climate change mitigation in Latin America, recently came to a close after starting in...
CEH at the 2015 STEM Cumbria Big Bang event
Staff from CEH's Lancaster site recently attended the STEM Cumbria Big Bang event at Furness College, Barrow, an activity aimed at generating...
Mapping invasive plant species on Cyprus
Jodey Peyton writes about a recent project during which she and colleagues Owen Mountford and Oli Pescott from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology...
Advances relating to neonicotinoid insecticide evidence
There is a vigorous, on-going debate focusing on the scientific evidence that neonicotinoids – a group of systemic agricultural insecticides harm...
First Cumbrian Lakes Research Forum
The lakes of the English Lake District are some of the best studied in the world. They are home to some of the longest monitoring records of lake...
Land Cover Map 2007 vector data for Great Britain now available via EDINA’s Digimap
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) is delighted to announce that our Land Cover Map 2007 data in vector format for Great Britain is now...