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Behind the scenes at the UK's Environmental Change Network
Ahead of an anniversary symposium taking place in mid-May, Dr Andy Sier, ECN’s science liaison officer, looks back on the contribution of 20 years of...
Dealing with invasive non-native species - new EAC report
Updated 16 April The Environmental Audit Committee (a UK Commons Select Committee) report on invasive non-native species was published this morning...
The Moor House Archive
In a new guest post, Steve Prince, CEH's Head of Library and Archives explains how the Moor House ecological research archive came to be maintained...
New iRecord Butterflies app available
Updated 13 April 2014 It's been a big week for butterflies. As reported on this blog on Wednesday the UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme 2013 data was...
UK butterfly statistics 2013 - the story behind the headlines
The annual UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (UKBMS) data tables have been released over the last few days, the 38th time of such a release since the...
IPCC report: CEH science makes key contributions
Several scientific studies led by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) are cited in 'Climate Change 2014: Impacts, Adaptation, and...
Assessing and managing the risks of climate change
The latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) , published this week, says that the effects of climate change are...
Sustainable Land Management Science Area at CEH
CEH's new Science Strategy identifies three interdependent, major societal and environmental challenges: Securing the Value of Nature, Building...
Review of recently published shale gas evidence report
There has been some comment in recent days regarding the role played by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) in reviewing a shale gas...
Spring has sprung - wildlife records and the shifting seasons
According to Google’s latest doodle , spring begins today, 20 March, in the northern hemisphere. At CEH we tend to follow the Met Office seasonal...