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ALTER-Net conference: Post-2020 biodiversity targets
ALTER-Net's 2019 conference, in cooperation with the European Commission
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Biodiversity bounces back
A study recently published in Nature and utilising ECN pollution data collected at Rothamsted, demonstrates that grassland biodiversity recovers once atmospheric nitrogen pollution reduces
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A series of indicators of biodiversity status and trends, compiled from multiple data sources. ECN provides some of the source data
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BICCO-Net is a collaborative project providing the latest information on the impacts of Climate Change on UK biodiversity. ECN has provided data and expertise
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Publication Ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) population declines and phenological changes: Is there a connection?
* INCLUDES 'WHY IT MATTERS' FEATURE * The authors used ECN data for two sites in Scotland to reveal correlations between declining ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) populations and phenological changes (the timing of natural events).
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Continent-wide response of mountain vegetation to climate change
Why it matters: the relevance of this research
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Continent-wide response of mountain vegetation to climate change
Located in Publications / Gottfried et al
Ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) population declines and phenological changes: Is there a connection?
* INCLUDES 'WHY IT MATTERS' FEATURE * The authors used ECN data for two sites in Scotland to reveal correlations between declining ground beetle (Coleoptera: Carabidae) populations and phenological changes (the timing of natural events).
Located in Publications / Pozsgai et al
Reporting on the impacts of climate change on terrestrial biodiversity
New Report Card aimed at policy makers, land managers, environmental consultants and researchers draws on analyses of ECN data.
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Publication Large carabid beetle declines in a United Kingdom monitoring network increases evidence for a widespread loss in insect biodiversity
This paper present trends in the abundance of carabid (or ground) beetles at 11 terrestrial ECN sites over a 15 year period.
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