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Latest press releases from the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
Alien fish continue to spread in UK rivers
An invasive fish species, which poses major threats to UK fish, has been found in rivers and lakes across England and Wales according to new research...
Teamwork makes bacteria more effective
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Press release The number of species of bacteria, rather than any particular type, plays a crucial role in...
Press release: Owls and hawks help conservationists
New research published this week in the leading scientific journal Nature supports the view that Conservationists wanting to choose a good area for...
Owls and hawks can help conservationists
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Press release no 34/05 Conservationists wanting to choose a good area for preserving biodiversity should look for...
Faster climate change predicted as air quality improves
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Press release Global warming may proceed faster and be more severe than previously predicted according to research...
Press release: Faster Climate Change Predicted as Air Quality Improves
New research by a team from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, the Max Planck Institute for Chemistry in Germany, and the Met Office's Hadley...
Press release: New law discovered in a hole in a tree
A team of scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology research site in Oxford have discovered a new fundamental law of biology which...
New law discovered in a hole in a tree
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Press release Researchers have discovered a new universal biological law whilst looking in holes in trees near...
Press release: Stealth parasite threatens European fish
A new deadly disease, carried by topmouth gudgeon, the most invasive fish species in Europe, is threatening European fish diversity according to a...