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The top 10 most viewed CEH news & blog posts of 2013
We hope you've found our content interesting and informative throughout the year but, of course, not everything will be to everyone's tastes. Here is...
Construction, biodiversity and natural capital: discussing the challenges
Our latest guest blog is from Business Development Manager Dr Joanne Chamberlain on a recent first meeting between CEH and a construction industry...
CEH-led paper charts at number 42 in top 100 list of academic research catching the public's imagination in 2013
The company Altmetric has just published its list of the 100 research papers that received the most attention online in 2013. Altmetric track who's...
Marine Climate Change scorecards published today for Coastal Margin habitats and Seabirds
The Marine Climate Change Impacts Partnership (MCCIP) published its latest Report Card today (28 November 2013), providing its most comprehensive...
New paper - The role of short-lived climate pollutants in meeting temperature goals
Dr Chris Huntingford , a climate modeller at CEH, is a co-author on a new paper in Nature Climate Change which examines whether immediately reducing...
Aiming for just enough Nitrogen (and not too much!)
Professor Mark Sutton from CEH is currently in Kampala, Uganda at the 6th International Nitrogen Conference , where he has joined other scientists,...
Integration and reflection - paperblog 8
This week we concentrate on recent papers with CEH scientists as the first author. PhD student Philip Martin recently published a major paper...
From Nairn to San Diego... CEH lake restoration research hits the road
Details of CEH lake research were presented at an international conference last week by one of our former PhD students: Dr Sebastian Meis presented...
Carbon and plant biodiversity recovery
A very short post to draw attention to new research by one of our PhD students Phil Martin (with Bournemouth University) who this week was lead...
British lakes - boldly going where no lakes have gone before
Three scientists at CEH, Natural Resources Wales and Queen Mary University London discuss the findings of a collaborative lake ecosystems project: "...