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Taking the environment's pulse

FEATURE: How long-term observations help us understand our changing world

Coastal defences could contribute to flooding

NEWS: Coastal defences & rising sea levels could combine to change UK tides

Treat sofas like electronic waste, say scientists

NEWS: Untreated furniture waste could leak harmful chemicals from landfill

Our ancestors milked cows in frozen Finland

NEWS: People in northern Europe started farming dairy cows 4500 years ago

Coastal defences could contribute to flooding

Treat sofas like electronic waste, say scientists

Our ancestors milked cows in frozen Finland

Taking the environment's pulse

By Clem Rutter, Rochester, Kent via Wikimedia Commons

Coastal defences could contribute to flooding

Coastal defences & rising sea levels could combine to change UK tides.

1 August 2014

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Treat sofas like electronic waste, say scientists

Untreated furniture waste could leak harmful chemicals from landfill.

31 July 2014

X-ray of leaf fossil

Using X-rays to look inside ancient leaves

Synchrotron imaging shows up biochemistry of 50Mya leaves.

22 July 2014

Wildflower meadow  at Swinethorpe

How an urban meadow is boosting biodiversity

What does urban greenery mean for wildlife and well-being?

8 July 2014

Research at Moor House

Taking the environment's pulse

1 August 2014

Long-term observation of our ecosystems is critical for us to understand environmental change. The Environmental Change Network has contributed for two decades - here are a few of its accomplishments.

Microbes

It's a microbial world

A glimpse into the tiny, ancient world of marine microorganisms.

25 July 2014


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PLANET EARTH
Summer 2014

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