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The Harlequin ladybird, Harmonia axyridis: time for global collaboration
International cooperation is very important in preventing and controlling the spread of invasive species globally, as Helen Roy and Peter Brown of...
Biodiversity indicators and the Biological Records Centre
The 2013 update to the UK Biodiversity Indicators has just been published on the JNCC website. CEH scientists working within the Biological Records...
National hydrometric data - what does the future bring for the UK's NRFA?
In two previous blog posts this month, we explored how the hydrometric data held by the National River Flow Archive and the National Groundwater...
CEH makes a Big Bang at Cumbria science fair
Staff and students from CEH's Lancaster site shared their enthusiasm for all living things at the South Cumbria Big Bang science fair earlier this...
An unprecedented hydrological transformation
A huge number of scientific papers have delved into the extraordinary data held by the National River Flow Archive and National Groundwater Level...
Hydrometric data: The Long View
Each week BBC Radio 4's The Long View uses a variety of expert witnesses to examine stories from history that resonate in today's headlines. Later...
British birds, pollinators and penguin poo - paperblog 7
In the latest edition of the CEH paperblog, we first highlight a recent PLoS ONE paper that involved researchers from Anglia Ruskin University and Dr...
Cormorant-fishery conflicts: photos from the INTERCAFE project
Findings from a major Europe-wide study into cormorant-fishery conflicts have been published, providing one of the most detailed ecological and socio...
Freshwater Ecology Group's loch health research highlighted
Scientific research carried out by CEH's Freshwater Ecology Group has been highlighted in an article published recently in the popular magazine...
Ragweed models and Bird Island measurements - CEH paperblog 6
In our latest paperblog, we first highlight two new papers resulting from a European Commission-funded project to assess and control the spread and...