The latest edition of the annual Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Science Review was published earlier this month. The Science Review summarises many of CEH’s significant research outputs over the twelve months from April 2006 to March 2007, highlighting key impacts from the Water, Biodiversity, Biogeochemistry and Environmental Informatics Science Programmes.
The Science Review also showcases CEH's top science achievements for the 2006-2007 period. These cover a wide range of areas including improved flood predictions, new insights into the reproductive success of parasitic hoverflies, an improved view of seabird behaviour on the seafloor, essential work for monitoring UK Greenhouse Gas emissions, and development of laser tweezers to use in the laboratory to move bacteria less than a 1000th of a millimetre in length..
Other Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Publications can be found here