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Preparing the ground for PARAGUAS field work
PARAGUAS is a three-year project that will study Páramos in Colombia
Landmark reached as one million wildlife encounters recorded in a year
Martin Harvey of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology explains the importance of iRecord, which hit the landmark of one million observations from the public during 2018.
30 years of the National Hydrological Monitoring Programme
2019 marks the 30th year of the National Hydrological Monitoring Programme (NHMP) . For the last three decades, the NHMP, run by the Centre for...
Research provides quality check on air pollution strategy
Dr Eiko Nemitz of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, who was involved in hosting the launch of the UK Government’s Clean Air Strategy, explains the role of the BT Tower Observatory in air pollution monitoring.
What does the Clean Air Strategy mean for ammonia?
The UK government's new Clean Air Strategy could be a turning point in cutting ammonia emissions, explains Professor Mark Sutton of the Centre for...
On the track of soil carbon – along the Roman roads
The second winter fieldwork update from Dr Sabine Reinsch, as the SOC-D soil sampling team head to Surrey... Christmas is approaching quickly – it’s...
Letters from the Lakes group - Winter 2018
In this update from the CEH Lake Ecosystems Group, I’m taking a look back at some of our achievements during 2018... Over the course of the year, the...
UK Hydrological Status Update - December 2018
After a summer in which the weather and its impacts hit the headlines, with heatwave and drought conditions in many areas of the UK, it might seem...
First Interactive Science Discovery Trail
The science we do is hugely important in protecting our local areas and their ecology and communities, but often people living in and around these...
On the track of soil carbon – out and about across the UK
Soils roughly store 1505 Petagrams of carbon globally, or 1,000,000,000,000 kilograms (Batjes, 2014)! But soils are not all the same. Soils are of...