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15.08.07

Analysis of unprecedented summer flooding in England & Wales

The Monthly Hydrological Summary for the UK, published today, includes an analysis of the unprecedented summer flooding. The wettest May-July period...

31.07.07

Scientists at the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology release preliminary analysis of current UK flooding

Truly exceptional weather conditions have been experienced across much of the UK this summer, including the highest May and June combined rainfall...

22.12.06

News Archive - 2006

Our Science highlighted in 'Planet Earth' magazine - 21st December First Minister of Wales visits Bangor - 27th November Craigleith Puffins star on...

15.09.06

Chris Huhne MP visits our Dorset site

Chris Huhne, Member of Parliament for Eastleigh and Shadow Environment Food and Rural Affairs Secretary for the Liberal Democrats, visited our Dorset...

23.03.06

The nitrogen challenge - global warming's missing link?

A large team of researchers led by staff from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology met at Grainau in the Bavarian Alps from the 13th to 17th March...

23.02.06

UPDATE: Will there be a drought in 2006?

Centre for Ecology & Hydrology experts Terry Marsh, Mike Morecroft and Richard Harding gave a press conference this morning (February 23rd) at...

17.12.05

News Archive - 2005

Rebuilding Biodiversity - 16th December Alien fish continue to spread in UK rivers - 30th November Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Science is big in...

12.09.05

Soils reveal Carbon dioxide and global warming paradox

Centre for Ecology & Hydrology scientists formed part of a team which published a new study this week showing forests may not be able to slow...

03.06.05

CEH unveils new web site

CEH is pleased to unveil our new corporate web site. The site has been totally redesigned and rewritten. Staff from all disciplines across CEH have...

15.05.05

Help CEH hunt for the Harlequin

A new ladybird has arrived in Britain. But not just any ladybird: this is the Harlequin ladybird, Harmonia axyridis, the most invasive ladybird on...

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