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The latest science and stories from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
New monthly Hydrological summary published for September 2011 shows continued spatial variations in rainfall
September saw a continuation of the marked spatial variation in rainfall across the UK which has been featured throughout 2011. The lowest monthly...
Researchers provide extensive analysis of the world's water cycle
Scientific findings to provide lasting legacy The final report of the Water and Global Change programme (WATCH), an extensive analysis of the world’s...
Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme becomes part of a new UK collaborative network
The CEH-run Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme has recently been instrumental in developing a new collaborative network that involves the various...
New PEER report looks at knowledge gaps in assessing ecosystem services and policies
A project set up by PEER, the Partnership for European Environmental Research, to examine some of the knowledge gaps that exist in assessing...
Ground-level ozone predictions may become more accurate thanks to plant 'body clock' research
Predictions of the ground-level pollutant ozone may be more accurate in the future thanks to new research into plant circadian rhythms. The research...
Bird boxes shed new light on social life of bats
Ecologists are getting a unique – and unexpected – insight into the private lives of bats, thanks to some 1100 bird boxes in an Oxfordshire woodland...
New monthly Hydrological summary published for August 2011 - Another wet summer?
After a warm start August was a cool and unsettled month ending another wet summer at the national scale. However, spatial variations in the summer...
CEH scientists at British Ecological Society Annual Meeting
Updated 13 September 2011 A number of scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) are presenting at this week's British Ecological...
CEH radioecology expert to address Japanese meetings
Dr Brenda Howard MBE, a radioecologist at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, will be in Japan next week to address two events organised by the...
Professor Helen Jarvie wins Fulbright fellowship to carry out water quality research in the USA
Professor Helen Jarvie, an environmental chemist at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, is spending twelve months based at the University of...