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Find out more about what's happening at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology from our science blogs.
Natural Hazards Science Area
CEH's new Science Strategy identifies three interdependent, major societal and environmental challenges: Securing the Value of Nature, Building...
Dr Chris Huntingford, climate modeller, comments on new climate sensitivity report
A new report, published today by the Global Warming Policy Foundation*, examines how sensitive global climate is to greenhouse gases by examining...
Natural Capital Science at CEH
We're delivering our new Science Strategy (2014-19) through a number of Science Areas and underpinning activities. Find out more about each area as...
Ecological processes and resilience - science area at CEH
We're delivering our Science Strategy (2014-2019) through a number of Science Areas and underpinning activities . Find out more about each area as we...
Understanding Biosphere - Atmosphere Interactions and feedbacks
CEH's new Science Strategy , which was published in January 2014, identifies three interdependent, major societal and environmental challenges:...
UK Butterfly monitoring - explaining the schemes and surveys
There’s been lots of coverage today of a new set of data on UK butterfly numbers. You may have seen headlines such as “ Farmland butterflies bounce...
Scientists from CEH comment on the ongoing flooding situation in the UK
Scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology have provided the following new comments on the ongoing storms and flooding situation in the...
Scientists from CEH and BGS comment on the ongong flooding situation in the UK
Scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and their NERC colleagues in the British Geological Survey have provided the following...
Record breakers? Climate change, statistics and the recent UK floods
This morning the Met Office and the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology released a report on the recent storms and floods in the UK. You can read the...
How exposed are the world's rivers to pollutant chemicals discharged from domestic sources?
CEH scientists Andrew Johnson, Virginie Keller and Richard Williams blog about their new paper examining pollution in the world’s rivers. All around...