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New DSNE blog: Reasons for caution with large environmental datasets – Dan Clarkson

Data Science of Natural Environment (DSNE) blog from Dan Clarkson As in many areas of statistics, big data has become an increasingly…

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Double Funding Success for CEEDS Researchers to Study Ice Sheet Melt

Double Funding Success for CEEDS Researchers to Study Ice Sheet Melt CEEDS researchers are part of two successful international bids that…

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Integrating quantitative social, ecological and mathematical sciences into landscape decision-making

Isaac Newton Institute (INI) Workshop 7th September 2020 to 11th September 2020   The workshop on "Integrating quantitative social,…

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Using AI to Identify Roadside Invasive Species

CEEDS researchers have secured funding from Innovate UK for a 10-month pilot project that will test the use of AI to identify invasive…

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CEEDS Seminar Series off to a flying start

What a fantastic way to start our CEEDS Seminar Series; with over 80 participants joining us on Zoom for our first event. The topic of the…

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Changepoints for a Changing Planet: A new UKRI grant success for CEEDS

Members of CEEDS have been awarded a £240,000 feasibility study from UKRI under the SPF Constructing a Digital Environment Programme to…

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CEEDS Seminar Series Launched

We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Centre of Excellence in Environmental Data Science (CEEDS) seminar series! This seminar…

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Six-fold increase in polar ice losses since the 1990’s

Greenland and Antarctica are losing ice six times faster than in the 1990’s, a CEEDS co-authored study has shown. The study, the second of…

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Statistics for the Natural Environment Workshop, Lancaster University

On 27th February 2020 Lancaster University ran a Statistics for the Natural Environment workshop sponsored by the Royal Statistical Society…

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