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From the nineteenth century onwards, growth in the UK's towns and cities damaged rivers environments. In addition to shifting patterns of erosion and deposition, and pollution, engineers created...
Water shortage is an increasingly common challenge to development in southern England, as water is progressively diverted away from supporting ecosystems, and into agri-business, industry and homes....
      DMUG delivers the best in news from experts working in dispersion modelling. Attendees can expect exclusive content and exciting lectures from those leading the charge in the...
The CEnv in a Day Workshop is for professionals who meet the criteria for Chartership. The aim of the day is to put all participants through the full application process in one day. One successful...
The CEnv in a Day Workshop is for professionals who meet the criteria for Chartership. The aim of the day is to put all participants through the full application process in one day. One successful...
The bodies of murder victims, either whole or in pieces, often finish up in rivers and canals. For the last fifteen years or so, Carolyn Roberts has worked as an Expert Witness with various UK...
The bodies of murder victims, whole or in pieces, often end up in rivers or canals. Carolyn Roberts' work as an Expert Witness with UK police forces has applied the principles of hydrology to murder...
The IES is proud to present the launch for Susan Owens' much-anticipated book: Knowledge, Policy, and Expertise: The UK Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution 1970-2011 The launch will be...

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See photos, videos, presentations and tweets on our Storify record from October's 'Routes to Clean Air' two-day conference.  
Recently, we asked our members what impact the UK's membership of the European Union has on environmental science and their work. We had a great response to the survey, with many members sharing...

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