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Fluviosat graphic The FluViSat concept combines several significant advances that distinguish it from many other satellite-based streamflow and flood mapping projects.

Videos of rivers taken from space could revolutionize flood management

FluViSat (Fluvial Video from Satellite) has the potential to enable the accurate determination of flow rates in medium and large rivers anywhere on the planet, with no requirement for people or equipment to be on site, or even on the same continent!...

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Titanium dioxide particles in soil

Investment will transform UK research into pollutants

The UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) has secured funding for state-of-the-art laboratory equipment that will transform our understanding of chemical pollutants as well as natural and man-made particles, and their potential impact on the...

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BIONEXT project group of SYKE

Large EU project starts: BIONEXT wants to mainstream biodiversity into policy-making

A new large EU project coordinated by the Finnish Environment Institute SYKE The Biodiversity Nexus - Triggering transformative change for sustainability (BIONEXT) is launching this Autumn. The project got a funding of EUR 4.1 million from the EU's...

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The microplastics studied were polyester fibers and tire particles. © Riku Lumiaro

New study published on the interactions of microplastics and chemicals on soil arthropods

A new study on the interactions of microplastics and chemicals on soil arthropods reveals that the effects are dependent on the type of microplastic and the exposed arthropod species.

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The Rappbode reservoir in the Harz region. Photo: André Künzelmann/UFZ The Rappbode reservoir in the Harz region is surrounded by forests and is the largest drinking water reservoir in Germany. Photo: André Künzelmann/UFZ

Climate Change is Affecting Drinking Water Quality

The disappearance of forests will have consequences for water quality in reservoirs. The water stored in reservoirs ensures our supply of drinking water. Good water quality is therefore important - but is at significant risk due to climate change. In...

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Ferromanganese concretions in the Baltic Sea. © Image: Laura Kaikkonen.

Mining in shallow marine areas endangers sustainability goals

According to a study, mining in shallow marine areas conflicts with international conservation and sustainability goals, bringing with it great environmental risks.

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Get the latest scientific findings on migrant settlements, urban food systems and research on the relation between nature and health in the city.

PEER webinar Nature Based Solutions for Climate Resilient Cities

30 September 2022, 11:00-12:00 CET, Zoom meeting Green Cities is the Wageningen Environmental Research programme that focuses on understanding and applying a nature-based approach in urban areas. Join our free pre-lunch PEER Webinar!  

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Current-use flame retardants have been detected in the Arctic environment

New study examines the prescence of flame retardants by modelling long-range transport and emissions from local sources of new contaminants in the Arctic.

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Experts predict top emerging impacts on ocean biodiversity

Marine and coastal ecosystems are under unprecedented change globally, mainly attributed to already recognized human-induced factors such as overexploitation of ocean resources, climate change and environmental pollution. Besides and within these...

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Puffins There is concern about the impacts of developments on key seabird species in the North Sea, including puffins. Photo: Gwyn Rees

Dynamic project will safeguard seabirds alongside offshore wind farms

New research led by the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (UKCEH) will investigate the impacts of offshore wind farms on seabirds, and produce solutions to protect and increase populations.

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