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The latest science and stories from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
CEH staff attend Data Fair organised by the Lighthill Risk Network
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and the British Geological Survey are representing NERC at a Data Fair organised by the Lighthill Risk Network...
Green Week conference takes place in Brussels this week
The 11th edition of Green Week, the biggest annual conference on European environment policy, takes place in Brussels and around Europe between 24-27...
"Forgotten greenhouse gas" discussed at Royal Society meeting
A two-day scientific meeting is discussing how nitrous oxide, a potent and long-lived greenhouse gas, can be better understood and what steps might...
New £3.28m project to examine sustainability of bioenergy crops within the UK
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) is leading a new seven-member consortium project funded and commissioned by the Energy Technologies...
Defra Minister Richard Benyon visits CEH
Richard Benyon MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Natural Environment and Fisheries, visited CEH’s Wallingford site today. The visit included...
Rare butterflies show signs of recovery
New data shows that some of Britain’s most threatened butterflies showed encouraging signs of recovery last year. The 2010 results from the UK...
New monthly Hydrological summary published for April 2011 - a very remarkable month in hydrometeorological terms
April was a very remarkable month in hydrometeorological terms: provisionally it was the warmest April in the 352-year Central England Temperature...
Moth virus research could lead the way to better pest control
Scientists are to investigate how lethal viruses attack differently sized populations of moths in research that may open the door to new methods of...
New web portal provides improved access to NERC soils data
A new web portal offering access to soils data collected by NERC has been officially launched. The NERC Soil Portal is a collaborative effort between...
New publication: The 1975-76 Drought - a contemporary and retrospective review
The 1975-76 drought was considered at the time the most severe yet experienced across much of the UK. Unusually, given its extreme intensity and...