Environment Centre Wales

The Environment Centre Wales brings together Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) and the University of Bangor, a critical mass of 120 scientists and students whose combined knowledge cuts across traditional scientific boundaries, supporting cross-disciplinary study of the key environmental challenges of our time includes climate change and terrestrial ecosystem management. The centre has state-of-the art analytical laboratories and its own dedicated field facilities, and have established relationships with farmers and forestry organisations throughout the region and have a range of long-term field monitoring sites in the Snowdonia National Park and the Conwy Catchment with a focus on natural ecosystem processes (supporting our proposed IoT). The centre has a strong impact agenda including informing national environmental policy in Wales and across the UK.

Bridget Emmett

CEH Bangor

 

"We’ve got to do a better job to persuade people that climate change is happening"

Jack Cosby

CEH Bangor

 

"The more we know the greater confidence we can have in models for predicting the impact of future climate change"

Ben Winterbourn

CEH Bangor

 

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Rory Shaw

Bangor University

 

"The high frequency of data can open quite a lot of doors"

John Watkins

CEH Lancaster

 

"Technologists are trying to abstract out"

Nicolas Bertrand

CEH Lancaster

 

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Mike Brown

CEH Lancaster

 

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John Cooper

CEH Lancaster

 

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Chris Johnson

CEH Lancaster

 

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Wayne Shelley

British Geological Survey

 

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Stevenson Richardson

British Geological Survey

 

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This project was supported by  EPSRC grant EP/L023636/1 which is related to EP/L023555/1 and EP/L023237/1

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