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New online archive of Charles Elton’s field notes - including from Wytham Wood
Charles Sutherland Elton is credited with framing the basic principles of modern animal ecology and conducted much work at Wytham Woods, now an ECN site
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Publication Vegetation exerts a greater control on litter decomposition than climate warming in peatlands
To compare the effects of climate warming and vegetation change on decomposition and carbon accumulation, the team led by Sue Ward (Lancaster University) conducted an experiment on peatland at the Moor House-Upper Teesdale ECN site in the North Pennines. ECN meteorological data were used.
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Latest INTERACT Transnational Access call is open
Apply now for funds to support a research visit to an INTERACT Arctic/subarctic research station
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ECN Cairngorms site involved in European research suggesting climate change is altering mountain vegetation at the large scale
Researchers at ECN Cairngorms have contributed to a pan-European study of vegetation response to climate change
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ECN-related research presented at launch of Cairngorms nature partnership
A new partnership aimed at driving forward conservation projects in the Cairngorms National Park (UK) to ensure it is in good shape for future generations, was launched by the Scottish Cabinet Secretary for Rural Affairs and the Environment recently.
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Role of long term monitoring sites highlighted at statistical society conference
ECN data have been presented at a conference in Alaska
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Study at ECN Moor House reveals plants can change greenhouse gas emissions after warming
Recent research at ECN Moor House into the influence of moorland plant communities on greenhouse gas emissions has been published in the journal Ecology Letters.
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Science for the environment conference: Mapping knowledge needs for future horizons
Identifying knowledge gaps for the Climate Action and Resource Efficiency Challenge in Horizon 2020
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Paper by international team highlights the scientific value of International LTER
A paper published at the end of 2012 by a team of ILTER members demonstrates the importance of the International Long Term Ecological Research network in studying and monitoring environmental changes at a global level.
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Visiting student using cameras to estimate deer numbers
ECN Wytham is the location of a study exploring the use of automatic cameras to better estimate size of the resident fallow deer population
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