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Blog

New Textbook

18/02/2018

Finally in print!


New satellite research

01/10/2017

New satellite projects will collect more environmental data.


Huge new Antarctic iceberg

24/09/2017

A new iceberg has broken off from the Larsen ice shelf into the Weddel Sea.


Barn owls and hearing loss

21/09/2017

Barn owls do not lose the sensitivity of hearing in the same way that humans do.


More details of the beaver reintroduction

12/06/2017

The reintroduction of the beaver in Devon has had huge benefits for biodiversity and river catchment management.


Beavers help manage water catchments

04/06/2017

The re-introduction of beavers in Devon has helped to improve water management and reduce pollution and erosion.


The hunt for new antibiotics

22/05/2017

Living organisms use a wide range of chemicals to protect themselves from microorganisms. Studying them is a vital part of our search for new antibiotics.


Amphibian conservation

13/02/2017

Amphibians are one of the most specialised groups of organisms, so their survival is a good 'thermometer' on the state of the planet.


HEP dams and public health

12/02/2017

HEP dams that block the movement of migratory prawns can threaten human health.


Tracking oceanic wildlife

05/02/2017

Tracking wildlife across oceans shows the need for coordinated wildlife conservation.


Continued CO2 rise

05/02/2017

Monitoring at Mauna Loa shows that CO2 concentrations are still rising.


Be wary of unreliable sources of information

29/01/2017

The internet has an increasing number of unreliable websites.


Doing your bit

22/01/2017

We can all do our bit to raise awareness of environmental problems.


Sources of climate change data

16/01/2017

Links to websites with current or interactive data.


The use of drones in environmental research

15/01/2017

The increasing use of UAVs in environmental research is opening up many new areas of research.


New spec finally accredited by Ofqual

09/01/2017

A long time coming but it is now official. Fabulous news!!


Changes in Antarctic ice

08/01/2017

The Larsen C ice shelf may be close to calving a huge iceberg.


The future of water

08/01/2017

Documentary series on Netflix


Textbook update

20/12/2016

There will be a new textbook print run in January.


IR8 the benefits of crop wild varieties

11/12/2016

It is 50 years since the IR8 rice variety revolutionised crop production in Asia.