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) � Calculate ‘habitat suitability’ for weed species � Produced maps of species locations – 1km & 25m resolution, GB coverage Allergenic species � Trees (alder, ash, birch, hazel, oak, pine, willow) � Grass (all species of Poaceae) � Weeds (dock, mugwort, nettle, plantain, ragweed) Rachel.McInnes

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carrying 150 passengers was stranded for 26 hours before docking at Fishguard, Pembrokeshire. Large waves battered the south coast and damage was reported to the sea wall at Swanage, Dorset. The south-west main line railway was closed outside Exeter due to flood damage and more than 1,000 properties

Keeping our weather stations afloat

to the Met Office every hour. Every two years they need servicing to make sure they’re in good working order. As they stand at 6 m tall and weigh over 4.5 tonnes, a crane is needed to bring them onto the boat and back to a dock – either Southampton or a partner site around the UK. Once there, James

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Floods and flooding

London docks were closed for the first time since their completion in 1972. Another large surge event occurred in the North Sea on the 5 and 6 December 2013 which brought the highest tides since the 1953 event (and highest ever recorded in some places). Spring tides coincided with northerly gales

NCIC Monthly Summary

May, a large grass and gorse fire at Belfast docks brought smoke and reduced visibility across the city, including north, west and central Belfast and Belfast International Airport. England diary of highlights May started off showery, but high pressure then built across the country and brought

NCIC Monthly Summary

on the A30, the A388, and minor roads, and the Newquay to Par rail line was disrupted again. The Fowey River overtopped its banks. In Wales, on the 18th there were reports of flooding between Aberdare and Fernhill, and along the River Teifi, and a tree blocked the railway line between Pembroke Dock

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sure they’re in good working order. As they stand at 6 m tall and weigh over 4.5 tonnes, a crane is needed to bring them onto the boat and back to a dock – either Southampton or a partner site around the UK. Once there, James and the team take them apart, replace the sensors and rebuild everything

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