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Find out more about what's happening at the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology from our science blogs.
Understanding catchment properties and runoff under both climate change and direct human influence
CEH climate modeller Chris Huntingford tells us more about a recent China-UK collaboration aiming to generate a better understanding of large-scale...
Mapping Monkey Fever Risk
Dr France Gerard provides the latest update from the MonkeyFeverRisk project, a collaboration between UK and Indian researchers to investigate...
Water creatures and the National Trust
Heidrun Feuchtmayr provides a summary of a public engagement project with the National Trust to make interpretations for a newly created bird hide in...
First workshop on environmental flows in Cambodia
Prof Julian Thompson of UCL's Department of Geography and Dr Cedric Laizé from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology provide an update from a...
Novel workshop to combat emerging tick-borne disease in Indian forests
Bethan Purse and Juliette Young provide an update from the MonkeyFeverRisk project, a collaboration between UK and Indian researchers to investigate...
Predictions and priorities to prevent new invasive non-native species arrivals
CEH ecologists are contributing to international efforts to strengthen biosecurity in the British Indian Ocean Territory. Prof Helen Roy explains...
UK Hydrological Status Update - early August 2018
The summer of 2018 has continued to deliver plenty of reliable holiday weather, but the heatwave conditions have also caused significant impacts on...
CEH engages with hundreds of people at Countryfile Live 2018
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology's debut appearance at Countryfile Live was a great success, with hundreds of people visiting our stand at...
Heatwave effects see surge of interest in our Bloomin’ Algae app
There has been a rise in reports of blue-green algae - also known as cyanobacteria – via the Bloomin' Algae app, which Professor Laurence Carvalho, a freshwater ecologist at the Centre of Ecology & Hydrology, helped devise.
Ecological data of the past: a vast early warning system
Claire Wood , a data scientist based at our Lancaster site, tells us how ecological data of the past could point the way to a better future.....