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PEER News / May 2019

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We have selected the best of our news from the PEER centres for you in this issue of the newsletter of our Partnership for European Environmental Research. As it might have been a while since you received this newsletter, please adjust your subscription preference in the bottom of the newsletter. Don’t hesitate to share this newsletter with colleagues or relations whom you expect to be interested in our work! Any feedback? Please let us know.

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With high-end climate change the same old solutions are not enough

What could a future above 2°C look like? What do we want our future to look like? The EU-funded IMPRESSIONS project found out that a more...

eDNA in Environmental Monitoring

The use of environmental DNA (eDNA) for environmental monitoring has been presented as a technique to replace existing traditional monitoring...

CEH Lancaster mesocosms

Testing the waters using mesocosm experiments

The mesocosm facility is highly versatile and can be used for an array of different experiments from a few weeks to years and from just a few...

The Egyptian Goose, first introduced to the UK in the 17th Century, is one invasive alien species included in the report ©Maciej Olszewski, Adobe Stock 2019

Mapping Europe's invasive alien species

A new JRC report shows where Europe's 'invasive alien species' are located.

Tool development for reporting environmental impact in agriculture sector

The agriculture sector faces increasing environmental risks, such as drought, flooding and erosion, related to climate change and resource...

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