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01.03.11

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)...

25.02.11

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...

14.02.11

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...

08.02.11

CEH scientists highlight hydrochloric acid as overlooked driver of environmental change

Hydrochloric acid in the atmosphere, released mainly through coal burning, may have been a much bigger driver of pollution and damage to the...

26.01.11

CEH scientists team up with UK-US consortium to study the consequences of nanotechnology

Scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) are to join a UK-US consortium that will investigate the environmental and human health...

20.01.11

Loch Flemington public meeting a great success

Scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) recently led a public meeting to discuss lake management issues with the Loch Flemington...

13.01.11

New monthly Hydrological summary published, for December 2010 - A truly remarkable month in climatic terms

December was a truly remarkable month in climatic terms: the coldest December on record for the UK (by a consider­able margin). For Scotland, it was...

05.01.11

Kittiwakes’ trans-Atlantic winter odyssey linked to breeding success

One of Britain's best known seabirds winters on opposite sides of the Atlantic depending on whether its breeding attempt has been successful,...

24.12.10

2010 Review of the CEH year

As 2010 draws to a close we take a look back at the wide range of research undertaken by CEH scientists over the last twelve months, all of which...

15.12.10

New UK Monthly Hydrological Summary published, for November 2010

In meteorological terms, November was a month of remarkable contrasts. The first three weeks were mild and characterised by the passage of frontal...

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