Ground-breaking biochar feeding trials to support more sustainable dairy production.
Reaseheath-led research will investigate the impact of feeding biochar to cattle – examining biochar’s impact on milk production in dairy cattle and general cow health and longevity and its potential to reduce methane.
The Smart Catchments concept offers a new approach to delivering ecosystem services.
The concept uses a network of low-cost sensors distributed throughout a waterbody/catchment, and open-source data and local information. This allows a data-rich, real-time and interactive view of the catchment to be created – this is a Smart Catchment.
eDNA survey technique
Revolutionary survey technique used to detect great crested newts on campus.
A rapidly emerging survey technique is being used for the first time by undergraduates surveying Reaseheath’s ponds for the presence of great crested newts (Triturus cristatus).
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