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|Lichens on a tree trunk – © Ian Leith/Centre for Ecology & Hydrology
|Speakers in the special session on international catchment management science
and application at the World Water Congress XV.
Excellent talk by Prof David Harper about Lake Naivasha at #WWCXV. Great to see authoritative science on #ecohydrology linked to policy.
— David Tickner (@david_tickner) May 26, 2015
|Harlequin ladybird (Photo: Ken Dolbear)
|Dr Marc Botham (kneeling) opened a moth trap at the event
|The cuckooflower or Lady's smock (Cardamine pratensis), a primary
larval food plant of the Orange tip butterfly
|Comparing characteristics of thyme-leaved speedwell (left) and
|Dog's mercury (Mercurialis perennis) - don't eat it! A
woodland plant which is highly poisonous.
@CEHScienceNews enjoying a day of natural history with visitors at Harcourt Arboretum pic.twitter.com/LXNuj5I3Gr— Helen Roy (@UKLadybirds) May 16, 2015
Not in Vienna? All great debates, union symposia, press conf., some medal lectures at #EGU15 are being streamed live! http://t.co/4ONMdfAvZ6
— EGU (@EuroGeosciences) April 13, 2015
Very pleased to be presenting on the @STFC_Matters carbon sensor today at #EGU15 @CEHScienceNews @HughMortimer http://t.co/CqUKvnHrwE
Below, poster presentation by Christine Braban and colleagues in the Natural Hazards session on Atmosphere emissions from volcanoes and their dispersion:
— Paul Scholefield (@DrScholefield) April 14, 2015
|Effusive Eruption Modelling project: Assessing UK impacts of trace species and sulphur deposition
|EGU 2015 is taking place at the Austria Center Vienna. Photo: CC BY-SA 3.0 BambooBeast
"It has been a privilege to work with Dr Collis and the girls over the past year and share moments of scientific discovery and excitement with them. I would highly recommend using the Royal Society partnership grants for any scientist to link with a local secondary school."
|Making careful observations of horse-chestnut leaves
Pupils ready for the big sweep to
collect fallen horse chestnut leaves
|Michael Pocock and several of the students