Centre for Ecology & Hydrology – News

  • Air pollution evidence submitted to Scottish Parliament inquiry
    Leading air quality researchers at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology have submitted written evidence to the Scottish Parliament’s Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee Inquiry...... Read more »
  • UnEarthed - explore the world at your feet
    CEH scientists will be among those taking part in NERC's UnEarthed showcase event taking place at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh in November. During the free event, families and adults can explore the...... Read more »
  • National Honey Show 2017 Lecture Programme
    As part of this year's National Honey Show (26th-28th October) at Sandown racecourse in Surrey, Dr Ben Woodcock, ecological entomologist at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, will be delivering...... Read more »
  • Microplastic Pollution: Everyone’s problem - but what can be done about it?
    Alice Horton, ecotoxicologist at the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, is among the speakers at a Royal Society of Chemistry event into microplastics pollution.Pollution of the aquatic environment...... Read more »
  • Microplastics - a review of existing knowledge
    CEH ecotoxicologist, Alice Horton, delivered a lecture entitled ‘Microplastics – what we know?’ at the CIWEM Priority Substances and Micro-Pollutants in London on September 14, 2017.In this recording...... Read more »
  • Catering Assistant
    The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology Wallingford staff restaurant provides catering for a site consisting of over 300 staff and students, in addition a meetings hospitality service is also provided...... Read more »
  • Flooded - Science for the people
    What happens when water falls from the sky and how does it move once it's on the ground? Lucy Barker, a Hydrological Analyst with the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, discusses flooding and...... Read more »
  • August 2017 UK Hydrological Summary
    Despite a warm Bank Holiday Monday for some, August was a decidedly autumnal month for the most part with rainfall generally persistent and showery. In western parts of Northern Ireland intense...... Read more »
  • New £2.85m PhD AMR programme launched
    The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) is taking part in a new £2.85m PhD training programme – the first of its kind nationally – in a bid to train new scientists who will discover new ways of...... Read more »
  • Hydrological Outlook from September 2017
    Latest Hydrological Outlook from September shows river flows to be normal to above normal across the UKThe one month outlook is for river flows to be normal to above normal across the UK, and a...... Read more »