Home News and calendar WSKEP news
The news items below have been collected from a number of sources and they all relate to water security.
If you have a story that should be featured, see the panel to the right.
Warning: Declaration of UserPickerAttributeTypeController::saveValue() should be compatible with Concrete5_Controller_AttributeType_Default::saveValue($value) in /interweb/liveweb/hostdomains/concrete5.6_base_install/packages/problog/models/attribute/types/user_picker/controller.php on line 19
Announcement of Opportunity: Understanding of the Impacts of Hydrometeorological Hazards in South East Asia
Closing date (Notification of Intent): 16:00 GMT on 4 December 2017 Closing date (Full Proposals): 16:00 GMT on 21 February 2018 Proposals are invited to five research programmes to improve under…
River flows are likely to be normal to above normal across most of the UK during October, with above normal flows most likely in the north-west of the UK. Only in parts of south-east England are…
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) has used the latest satellite technology to launch a new digital map which reveals the variability in the character of the UK countryside, from the a…
The one month outlook is for river flows to be normal to above normal across the UK, and a similar situation is most likely over the next three months, except in some localised parts of central sou…
The National River Flow Archive, which is hosted by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH), has contributed to a river flow dataset from over 4,000 river flow monitoring stations in 38 countr…
The aim of the project is to deliver scientific evidence of the benefits of trees and other measures of ‘natural flood management’ to flood peak reductions for Lancaster city through a combination…