Scientists urge public to join hunt for woodland moths

People are urged to report day and night sightings of moths during the annual Moth Night event, which runs from Thursday to Saturday, 19-21 May.


UKCEH will showcase hydrological expertise at Flood and Coast 2022

Scientists from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology will demonstrate their world-leading flood research, innovations and solutions at the Flood & Coast 2022 event.


New research into impact of ground-level ozone on forests 

A survey of ground-level ozone levels in reforested parts of Africa will support the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology’s research into the impacts of the pollutant on restoration activities.


Obituary: Prof Bob Bunce, founder of Countryside Survey

We are sad to announce that Professor Bob Bunce, a Fellow of the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) who was the founder of the Countryside Survey of Great Britain, has died.


Climate change is affecting Scotland’s lochs and reservoirs

New research by the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology has shown climate change is already causing a rapid and extensive warming of Scotland’s lochs and reservoirs. The report for CREW, Scotland’s...


Cutting animals down to size could backfire on humans

Extinctions caused by human activity are disrupting a key feature of ecosystems that has existed since the dinosaurs were wiped out - with unpredictable consequences for wildlife and people, according...


Leadership role announcement

Due to ever increasing demands for our science internationally we are offering an exciting new leadership role at UKCEH (April 2022).


Research effort protects future of European peatlands

A project involving the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology will assess the risk that climate change poses to peatlands, and identify the best options to protect these important ecosystems and reduce...


Farmers and researchers unite to make agriculture more sustainable

A major six-year project, Achieving Sustainable Agricultural Systems (ASSIST) has brought together farmers and scientists to provide important scientific evidence for the adoption of sustainable...


UKCEH Annual Review 2021

The UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology has published its Annual Review 2021, highlighting some of the important work that the not-for-profit research institute carried out last year.