My name is Ambroise Baker and I am involved with Hydroscape as a postdoctoral researcher based in University College London (UCL). I focus on two aspects of…… Read more “Hydroscape’s field work is the cherry on my research cake!”
The Natural History Museum (@NHMHydroscape) team has recently been busy undertaking the first of many sampling trips for the project. We spent a week in May enjoying…… Read more “Waders at the ready! Sampling underway in the Norfolk Broads for the Natural History Museum Team”
First fieldwork season starts on the 16th of July 2016 in the Norfolk Broads. Currently prepping hundreds of E.coli loving media plates, organising equipment and logistics. Stay tuned…… Read more “ZP Fieldwork”
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”
Here’s copy of our poster presented by Nigel Willby at the Freshwater Biological Association’s Annual Scientific meeting (11th May 2016).
Well, to answer this we have composed a booklet summarising our reasoning, aims and approach. So make yourself a cup of tea, put your feet up and spend…… Read more “So tell me a little bit about yourself?”
Hello! This is the first of many blogs from the scientists behind a multi-million pound NERC funded project studying the interactions between connectivity and stressors in freshwater…… Read more “Welcome to hydroscape”