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The climate bug

FEATURE: Midges - not just a nuisance but a source of knowledge

Robots to map marine life in key fishing areas

PODCAST: The trial is the biggest of its kind in British waters

Invading ladybirds prefer cities to woodland

NEWS: Invasive harlequin ladybirds prefer living in sunny cities

Scientists probe leak risk from seabed CO2 stores

NEWS: Experiment gives first realistic picture of leaks' ecological impact

Robots to map marine life in key fishing areas

Invading ladybirds prefer cities to woodland

Scientists probe leak risk from seabed CO2 stores

The climate bug

Harlequin ladybird

Invading ladybirds prefer cities to woodland

Invasive harlequin ladybirds prefer living in sunny cities.

13 October 2014

Diver measuring distances across the CO2 release site

Scientists probe leak risk from seabed CO2 stores

Experiment gives first realistic picture of ecological impact of gas leaks.

1 October 2014

National Oceanography Centre

Robots to map marine life in key fishing areas

The trial is the biggest of its kind in British waters.

14 October 2014

Plastic rubbish

How plastic pollution may harm marine life

Tiny pieces of plastic may harm fish, birds and other marine life.

30 September 2014

Parasite Pseudosmittia

The climate bug

17 October 2014

Midges are just a nuisance for most of us, but for researchers they're providing useful information about past climate. Richard Hollingham talks to Frazer Bird and William Gosling about their work at the Open University.

Brown trout

Trout in hot water

How will global warming affect fish? Some ingenious experiments with geothermal streams are finding out.

10 October 2014


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PLANET EARTH
Autumn 2014

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