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Find out more about what's happening at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology from our science blogs.
Measuring ‘impact’ - news of highly downloaded papers
There are many ways these days to measure the impact of scientific publications but it’s always nice to be told that people are actually downloading...
New Atlas of British & Irish Bryophytes
A new atlas of British and Irish bryophytes is published this month. Bryophytes is the collective term for mosses, hornworts and liverworts, spore-...
Can environmentally-friendly farming also be productive?
Professor James Bullock of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology is one of the speakers at this week's 2015 Oxford Farming Conference, held at the...
Blog Archive 2014
The most viewed CEH news stories & blog posts of 2014 December 22 2014 2014 CEH photo competition winners 18 December 2014 Potential climate...
The most viewed CEH news stories & blog posts of 2014
To round off the year, a little insight into the CEH news stories and blog posts you were reading the most in 2014 (in reverse order): Top 10 most...
2014 CEH photo competition winners
A recent tradition at CEH is an annual photo competition open to all our staff and students. The quality of entries this year has been fantastic...
Potential climate change impacts: a global, multi-sectoral assessment
Recent graduate Anna Feeney is currently working at CEH, helping us to prepare content for our new website (more on that in the New Year!). Anna has...
CEH at the BES-SFE Joint Annual Meeting
The annual meeting of the British Ecological Society is a little different in 2014: for the first time, it joins up with the Société Française d’...
Assessing mammal abundance in the Chernobyl exclusion zone
You might have seen the BBC News story about brown bears photographed in Chernobyl for what is believed to be the first time. CEH scientists are...