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That sinking feeling

INTERVIEW: What was behind the epidemic of UK sinkholes in early 2014?

Changes in farming and climate hurting British moths

NEWS: Britain's moths menaced by climate change and habitat loss

Abandoned landfills are polluting UK rivers

NEWS: Over 27 tonnes of ammonium leaches from an Oxford wetland into the River Thames every year

Pollen on migrating birds shows feeding grounds

NEWS: Pollen in feathers reveals where they've been foraging

Changes in farming and climate hurting British moths

Abandoned landfills are polluting UK rivers

Pollen on migrating birds shows feeding grounds

That sinking feeling

Elephant hawk moth

Changes in farming and climate hurting British moths

Britain's moths menaced by climate change and habitat loss.

28 August 2014

Daren Gooddy

Abandoned landfills are polluting UK rivers

Over 27 tonnes of ammonium leaches into the Thames each year.

26 August 2014

Peppered moth

The evolution of the British peppered moth

Scientists explain how the black peppered moth changed colour.

19 August 2014

Cars on an icy winter road

Measuring air quality from a car

Why scientists are using electric cars to monitor air pollution.

5 August 2014

Sinkhole

That sinking feeling

29 August 2014

February 2014 saw the appearance of at least three times more sinkholes in the UK than is normal for a whole year. Experts from the British Geological Survey explain what's making these huge holes open up.

Mouthparts of a mosquito larva

Mycology against malaria

How fungus can help protect people from insect-borne diseases.

15 August 2014


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PLANET EARTH
Summer 2014

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