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New web pages improve access to river flow data

The National River Flow Archive (NRFA) has launched new web pages, enabling improved public access to river flow data and associated information. The...


CEH staff lead UK floods research delegation to China

Staff from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) are leading a research delegation to China this week to discuss how UK experts can work with...


Energy Lancaster launch brings together experts from wide range of energy-related areas

Energy Lancaster, a new virtual institute for energy research linking different faculties and departments at Lancaster University with the Centre for...


New monthly Hydrological summary published, for February 2011 – notably mild, many areas registered above average rainfall

Within the UK February 2011 was notably mild with most areas registering above average rainfall – primarily the result of active Atlantic frontal...


Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme assists with investigation into shooting of peregrine falcon

CEH's Predatory Bird Monitoring Scheme (PBMS) was requested by the RSPB to assist in the investigation of a suspected shooting of a peregrine falcon...


CEH staff organise activities for National Science & Engineering Week 2011

The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology is taking part in a number of activities during Bangor Science Festival, which starts on Friday (March 11) as...


Severe flu pandemic response may damage effectiveness of wastewater treatment

Existing plans for antiviral and antibiotic use during a severe influenza pandemic could reduce wastewater treatment efficiency before discharge into...


Professor Mark Bailey becomes acting Director of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology

For two years from 1 March 2011 Professor Mark Bailey will take on the role of acting Director of the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH)...


New assessment of black carbon and tropospheric ozone's role in climate change

Black carbon and tropospheric ozone are harmful air pollutants that negatively impact both human health and climate. This week the United Nations...


New monthly Hydrological summary published, for January 2011 - A month of contrasting synoptic patterns

January was a month of contrasting synoptic patterns but, overall, near-average temperatures. Rainfall was generally below average across much of the...