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Find out more about what's happening at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology from our science blogs.
Bringing natural capital to mainstream use: key role for researchers
The Natural Capital Initiative (NCI) recently launched its Valuing our Life Support Systems summit report at an event in Westminster with speakers...
Symposium of European Freshwater Sciences 2015
Several of our lake researchers were at the recent Symposium of European Freshwater Sciences in Geneva, Switzerland sharing updates on their work (...
Sugarcane production and soil carbon storage
Caio Fernandes Zani is a Brazilian Masters student at the University of Sao Paulo. Here he writes about his research into sugarcane's impact on soil...
Apping and assessing air pollution using lichens
CEH released a new mobile phone app today. It gives everyone a way of assessing nitrogen pollution in their local area. For those that don’t know...
Managing the world's water - sharing good practice
Dr Harry Dixon reports from the World Water Congress in Edinburgh This week (26 May 2015) CEH organised a Special Session at the International Water...
A decade of recording harlequin ladybirds in the UK
Dr Helen Roy of CEH is among the scientists behind the UK Ladybird Survey which, thanks to the help of the public, has monitored the rapid spread of...
Fascination of Plants Day 2015
CEH scientists were among those taking part in an event at Harcourt Arboretum in Oxfordshire this weekend staged as part of the worldwide Fascination...
CEH science at EGU 2015
CEH scientists are among those presenting research updates to the European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna this week (12-17 April 2015...
Workshop report: Wildlife pathogens: an overlooked bioinvasion threat
Professor Helen Roy reports on a recent workshop held at our headquarters site in Wallingford, UK On 18–19 March 2015, 38 experts from 13 European...