Blogs

Overcoming barriers to model coupling

Model coupling, (the communication and interchange of information between models), is a core component in meeting the challenges of many of…

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CEEDS Seminar: Using remote observations in biodiversity research

The most recent CEEDS seminar, convened by Tom August (UKCEH), addressed the topic of remotely collected data, and its use in biodiversity…

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New project supports citizen scientists to collect most valuable data

A new study led by the UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology will explore how digital technology, including the use of artificial…

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CEEDS Seminar: Machine Learning for the Natural Environment

On 14th October, we held a CEEDS seminar on the topic of "Machine Learning for the Natural Environment", hosted by Pete Henrys (UKCEH).…

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DSNE blog: Recognizing ice sheet melt: A study of north-eastern Greenland

Recent studies of ice sheet melt show that extreme melt events contribute to sea levels rising and pose significant risks to coastal…

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DSNE blog: Opening up Science in the 21st Century – the role of virtual labs

DataLabs are beginning to play a prominent role in the Data Science of the Natural Environment (DSNE) project enabling environmental…

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

In the context of DSNE’s work, let’s say we wanted to examine surface temperature measurements for Greenland (in the context of ice melt)…

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