Palaeotoxicity: Using lake sediments to assess historical pollutant impacts on aquatic organisms

Over 100,000 chemicals are in use around the world today and many more are added each year. Many of these will be released either accidentally or deliberately into…… Read more “Palaeotoxicity: Using lake sediments to assess historical pollutant impacts on aquatic organisms”


The Rule Of Thirds

Any budding photographer will be familiar with the rule of thirds; this is a guideline for composition of well-balanced and interesting projects. And speaking of thirds, Hydroscape’s third progress meeting was held at the University of Stirling last week and we are now a third of the way through the project. A picture is divided into […]

Reconnecting Rivers: breaking down barriers

Restoration is a word that is increasingly used in conjunction with freshwaters, this is in part due to the acknowledgement that humans and freshwaters have a history…… Read more “Reconnecting Rivers: breaking down barriers”


No Lake Is An Island

Stephen Maberly (CEH) used this title during his talk, paraphrasing John Donne’s “No man is an island” line from the poem Devotions upon Emergent Occasions. This represents…… Read more “No Lake Is An Island”