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The UK has its first Long-Term Social-Ecological Research (LTSER) platform, following the official launch of the Cairngorms National Park LTSER Platform in Aviemore earlier this month. The platform includes the Cairngorms ECN site and the co-located and Allt a'Mharcaidh stream site.
CEH's Terry Parr is in Rome this week to give a talk about ECN at the annual LTER-Europe conference.
A Sami hiking lodge in northern Sweden was the setting for a workshop jointly organised by ECN's Jan Dick and Andy Sier, along with colleagues from the EU INTERACT project.
ECN's Research Coordinator, Don Monteith, has delivered the opening keynote address at the International Water Association Specialist Conference on Natural Organic Matter Research (NOM 2013) in Perth, Australia.
A network of high-frequency sensors is helping to protect the future of freshwater lakes. Staff from ECN helped to develop the way the data are managed and stored.
Former CEH staff member, John Adamson, who was the ECN Site Manager at Moor House-Upper Teesdale from 1993 to 2007, gave a talk recently at the Royal Geographical Society in London.
A group of Chinese environmental scientists visited the ECN Moor House site and Central Coordination Unit recently.
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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Call for expressions of interest: Mathematical Challenges in the Forecasting of Environmental Change
Announcement of a workshop exploring how mathematics can contribute to meeting the challenges within the UK's Living with Environmental Change (LWEC) programme.
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.
The British Ecological Society's Forest Ecology Group has a special feature on Alice Holt in its July 2013 bulletin.
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.