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Workshop: Non - stationarity and flooding: from statistical models to flood risk management

A meeting to discuss the technical, practical, scientific and risk management implications of applying non-stationary statistical models to flood event data

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Report from UKEOF Monitoring and Modelling Webinar

We held a webinar in July 2018 to share the findings from our earlier monitoring and modelling workshop.

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UKEOF Monitoring & Modelling Workshop

UKEOF Monitoring & Modelling Workshop

The UK Environmental Observation Framework are co-ordinating a workshop on Monitoring and Modelling that will take place in Birmingham on 7th March 2018).

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Maximising the benefits from citizen science

Maximising the benefits from citizen science

This UKEOF workshop brought together citizen science practitioners from across the UK to discuss the role of environmental citizen science in the public sector.

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UKEOF Scoop.It! newsletter

UKEOF Scoop.It! newsletter

We've started producing monthly newsletters from our Scoop.It feed

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Help shape the future of UKEOF

Help shape the future of UKEOF

Please complete a short online survey to help us shape the future of UKEOF

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Blog post on what motivates people to get involved in citizen science

Dr Hilary Geoghegan (University of Reading), who led a UKEOF-commissioned report on motivations for citizen science, blogs about why people get involved in citizen science

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UKEOF-funded study reveals the global growth of ecological and environmental citizen science is fuelled by new technology

UKEOF-funded study reveals the global growth of ecological and environmental citizen science is fuelled by new technology

Scientists at the UK-based Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) and the Natural History Museum, London have revealed the diversity of ecological and environmental citizen science for the first time and showed that the changing face of citizen science around the world is being fuelled by advances in new technology.

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UKEOF Secretariat moves to CEH

The UKEOF Secretariat is now hosted by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH).

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