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Find out more about what's happening at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology from our science blogs.
Analysis of climate volatility provides important insights on potential for rapid warming
Prof Chris Huntingford, a climate modeller at CEH, is a co-author with colleagues from Exeter University on an important new study on decadal climate...
Meeting the kestrel family
Each spring and summer we stream a live camera feed from a nestbox used by kestrels at our Wallingford, Oxfordshire site. It’s hugely popular with...
Bringing CEH science to the Edinburgh Climate Festival
CEH scientists took part in the community-led Edinburgh Climate Festival, bringing the popular Carbon Game to new audiences of many ages
UK Hydrological Status Update - July 2019
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology scientists involved in the National Hydrological Monitoring Programme look at the hydrological situation in a blog, dated July 2019.
Why Am I Celebrating LGBT STEM Day?
Dr Rhian Chapman writes about the importance of diversity in the workplace and some of the issues faced by LGBT+ people within science and beyond…...
Artificial Intelligence can enable better understanding of flora and fauna
Dr Tom August, a Computational Ecologist at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, discusses his work training computers to recognise different...
International negotiations on greenhouse gas emissions reporting go to the wire
Dr Amanda Thomson and Professor Chris Evans of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology were among hundreds of international scientists and government...
Summer Soilstice Kickoff
** Sign-ups have now closed for the Summer Soilstice citizen science project. Thanks to everyone for the interest shown in taking part. ** Hot on the...
Strategy will help trees to survive climate change, pests and diseases
UK experts including Dr Stephen Cavers of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology have drawn up the UK Strategy for Forest Genetic Resources.
CEH ecologist is honoured to help lead global study into invasive alien species
In a blog, Professor Helen Roy of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology discusses her new role as co-chair of a global study into invasive alien species by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES).