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Access selected ECN sites and other European ecosystem research facilities via ExpeER project
Researchers can apply for funds to support research visits to any of 31 European facilities, including some long-term ecosystem research sites. Two ECN sites are included in the scheme.
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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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EC funding to support ecosystem research at selected ECN sites
Researchers can apply for funds to support research visits to one of 33 European facilities, including some long-term ecosystem research sites. Two ECN sites are included in the scheme.
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ECN Cairngorm site welcomes international researchers
Centre for Ecology & Hydrology staff at our Cairngorm site have hosted two researchers studying plant traits, whose visit was supported by an EC grant via the INTERACT project.
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ECN Cairngorms involved in second paper on European mountain vegetation responses to climate change
Researchers at ECN Cairngorms have contributed to a second paper describing a pan-European study of Europe's mountain vegetation. The paper, published in the journal Science, shows that mountain plants across the continent are moving to higher altitudes, but that such upward shifts can lead to a reduction in species richness.
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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 Snowdon hosts MSc student studying re-vegetation of landslips
Natural Resources Wales and Bangor University are currently hosting an MSc student, Valentina Vitali, at ECN Snowdon.
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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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ILTER Call for Research & Development ideas
The International Long-Term Ecological Research Network (ILTER) has launched a call for ideas
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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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