If data could dream, what would they say?

A new artistic installation has been inspired by the DECIDE project, led by UKCEH, which is using 18 million records of butterflies and moths submitted over the past 20 years to model the distribution...


Studies into impact of pollutants will develop strategies to clean up UK rivers  

The Natural Environment Research Council and Defra are investing a total of £8.4 million to better understand current and projected changes in the quality of UK freshwaters, with two of the five...


UKCEH scientists named on global list of influential researchers

Scientists from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) appear on this year’s Highly Cited Researchers 2022 list.


Understanding the economic value of biodiversity

UKCEH is leading one of seven major new studies which will help us to understand how biodiversity underpins our economy and to assess its economic value.


World-class research supports the preservation of the Great Barrier Reef

UKCEH scientists are supporting a major initiative to protect the Great Barrier Reef. Our Grid-to-Grid hydrological model is being used to combine rainfall and river flow observations to provide...


New initiative promotes public appreciation of soils

The first UK Soils Awareness Week to increase understanding and appreciation of soils, and the challenges they face, is under way. It is organised by uksoils.org, a not-for-profit community hub led by...


New collaborative project to reduce environmental impact of pharmaceutical products 

The UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) is participating in a new four-year European project that will contribute to the sustainable development of pharmaceuticals, by using and promoting...


Investment will transform UK research into pollutants

The UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology has secured funding for state-of-the-art laboratory equipment that will transform our understanding of chemical pollutants as well as natural and manmade...


Dynamic project will safeguard seabirds alongside offshore wind farms

New research led by the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) will investigate the impacts of wind farms on seabirds, and produce solutions to protect and increase populations. The project...


UKCEH publishes latest Land Cover Map

The UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology has produced its Land Cover Map 2021, the ninth in the time series, which depicts broad habitats including grasslands, arable, water, woodlands, urban and suburbs...