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ECN data have been presented at a conference in Alaska
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.
Natural Resources Wales and Bangor University are currently hosting an MSc student, Valentina Vitali, at ECN Snowdon.
Plants-Soils-Ecosystems (PSE) is a special interest group of the British Ecological Society. However, you don’t have to be a BES member to join.
This weekend sees Open Farm Sunday on 9 June. Some farms are hosting the National Farm Pollinator Survey, which is a way to help scientists gather information about pollinating insects, and to learn more about this group of creatures.
News of a training course run by the EU ExpeER project.
New Report Card aimed at policy makers, land managers, environmental consultants and researchers draws on analyses of ECN data.
Information about the upcoming INTERACT Transnational Access call.
After what seems to have been a long, cold winter, spring has finally arrived, at least to some parts of the UK.
Two CEH ECN staff have recently travelled to Greenland as part of an EU-funded project.
Regretfully we recently said farewell to Michèle Taylor, ECN Site Manager at Wytham Woods. Here we introduce the new Site Managers, Steffi and Denise.
The Royal Geographical Society has launched a fact-filled walk in the North Pennines near Moor House, location of Britain's only named wind.
The US LTER network is running a mini symposium on "The Globalization of Long Term Ecological Research" and it will be broadcast live on the web, starting on 28 February at 08:30 Eastern Standard Time.
ECN has created a Facebook page as part of our communication efforts.
Entomologists in Scotland hear about ECN spider and carabid results.
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.
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.
Scientists at Rothamsted Research, working with the NERC Centre for Ecology & Hydrology, and a range of other partners contributing to the Environmental Change Network, have found significant declines in the abundance of ground (carabid) beetles at sites across the UK and have suggested that localised land management can help offset this decline.
Representatives from the Environment Agency, Met Office and NERC Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) gave a briefing today (18 October 2012) on how the UK's driest spring for over a century gave way to the wettest April to June on record.
The LTER community is well-placed to conduct socio-ecological research according to Dr Jan Dick, site coordinator at the Cairngorms ECN site.