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16.02.06

Rising CO2 increases river flow by making plants less thirsty

Scientists in Oxfordshire have released new findings that could have major implications for future water resources across the planet. River KennetThe...

15.02.06

Researchers revolutionise opportunities for the European water industry

A team of international researchers, led by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, has developed a new toolkit that revolutionizes the opportunities...

14.02.06

Will there be a UK drought in 2006?

Centre for Ecology & Hydrology experts Terry Marsh and Richard Harding were interviewed by Sky News yesterday, the 13th February, about the...

24.01.06

SPRINGWATCH 2006 needs your help

Once again the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology has joined forces with the Woodland Trust and the BBC to oversee Springwatch 2006 – a massive study...

23.01.06

Top wildlife scientist speaks on the impact of rapid climate change

Butterfly scientist Professor Jeremy Thomas, from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology's research site in Dorset, will be speaking in Oxford...

20.01.06

CEH Annual Report 2004-2005 now available for download

The Annual Report for 2004-2005 is now available for download. Please follow this link for more information

12.01.06

'Insect chatter', Butterflies and Ants get talking

The work of butterfly scientist Professor Jeremy Thomas, carried out at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology's former research site in Dorset, was...

17.12.05

News Archive - 2005

Rebuilding Biodiversity - 16th December Alien fish continue to spread in UK rivers - 30th November Centre for Ecology and Hydrology Science is big in...

16.12.05

"Rebuilding Biodiversity" - Centre for Ecology & Hydrology in Dorset hosts first meeting of the Wessex Conservation Forum

100 conservationists, including researchers and policy makers, from over 50 organisations within the Wessex region met on 13th December at the Centre...

30.11.05

Alien fish continue to spread in UK rivers

Centre for Ecology and Hydrology fish biologists, Adrian Pinder and Rodolphe Gozlan published research this week which describes how an invasive fish...

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