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Find out more about what's happening at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology from our science blogs.
Flu study offers unique insight into our drug habits during a pandemic
New research led by CEH’s Dr Andrew Singer provides the first evidence of how the use of antibiotic and antiviral drugs became elevated during the...
What emission profiles aid remaining below two degrees of global warming?
In recent days multiple marches have taken place around the world, timed to coincide with the UN Climate Change summit in New York (23 September 2014...
Developing the new CEH-Gridded Estimates of Areal Rainfall dataset
Watch a presentation by Dr Maliko Tanguy of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology about the new CEH-Gridded Estimates of Areal Rainfall dataset (...
Potential influences on the United Kingdom's floods of winter 2013/14
Last winter severe flooding affected large parts of the UK. In a recent paper published in Nature Climate Change, scientists at the Centre for...
CEH at the British Hydrological Society National Symposium
Several CEH scientists are in Birmingham this week at the 12th British Hydrological Society National Symposium . This year’s theme is “Challenging...
CEH scientists collaborating with global freshwater citizen science programme
CEH scientists working on a project investigating water pollution in urban areas have teamed up with Earthwatch to train citizen scientists in...
A weekend at Birdfair
CEH's Biological Records Centre (BRC) teamed up with the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland (BSBI) this weekend (15-17 August 2014) to co-host...
Understanding ladybird parasites
Scientists at CEH are working to better understand the natural enemies that attack ladybirds. The arrival of the invasive alien harlequin ladybird in...
Royal Meteorological Society members visit CEH
Members of the Royal Meteorological Society's Meteorological Observing Systems Special Interest Group have paid a visit to CEH to learn more about...
Surface water flood risk forecasting system operational in Glasgow as Commonwealth Games begin
As the 2014 Commonwealth Games get underway in Glasgow today (23 July 2014), organisers are probably hoping the next two weeks will stay dry and...