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Find out more about what's happening at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology from our science blogs.
CEH science at the EGU 2013 General Assembly
Scientists from CEH are joining 11,000 others at the EGU annual assembly in Vienna this week to present progress and results from a range of...
Puffin 'wreck' in Scotland
Update #3 1145 28 March 2013 Mark Newell who manages our long term seabird monitoring site (in operation since 1973) on the Isle of May NNR has sent...
2012 – a bad year for butterflies?
Butterflies have been making headlines in the UK today, but sadly not for good reasons. New results from the UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme (UKBMS)...
INTERACTing at the edge of the world
A guest blog by Dr Andy Sier on CEH's involvement in the EU-funded INTERACT project. My colleague, Jan Dick, and I have just had the good fortune of...
A window on weather conditions at Wallingford
A 50th anniversary at CEH has passed almost unnoticed. The meteorological station at our Wallingford, Oxfordshire site has now been measuring daily...
CEH gives evidence to Commons water quality inquiry
Two of our CEH colleagues, Professor Andrew Johnson and Mr Neil Runnalls, gave evidence to Parliament this week, as the House of Commons Science...
Nitrogen narratives in Nairobi – confessions of a reluctant blogger
Professor Mark Sutton from CEH has been in Nairobi, Kenya, this week at the United Nations Environment Programme Governing Council. Here he reports...
Tropical forests, climate change and carbon
Tropical rainforests are often called the "lungs of the planet" because they generally draw in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen. But the amount...
Taking care of water
World Wetlands Day, which occurs annually on 2 February, is taking the theme this year of Wetlands and Water Management, focusing on how wetlands...