Countryscape designed a briefing document for CEH on the subject of ‘ecosystem services’. The document was produced as a concise booklet, providing a summary of the organisation’s pioneering work in relation to the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment (completed in 2005), which recognised the importance of the Earth’s ecosystems and the services they provide to humankind (such as food, water, medicines, climate regulation, etc).
Countryscape designed and produced a series of display panels for an event celebrating the Large Blue Butterfly Project: a programme of research and conservation carried out by the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH).
Countryscape designed the cover of the CEH publication Hydrological Data UK: a compilation of hydrometric data and statistics from 2008-2013, which was authored by independent scientists from the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology and the British Geological Survey.
The cover was designed to reflect the new CEH brand identity, itself based on the CEH Science Strategy report for 2008-2013 (also designed by Countryscape).
Hydrological Data UK is available for downloading from the CEH website: www.ceh.ac.uk
The Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) is the UK’s Centre of Excellence for integrated research in terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems.
The "About Us" publication was designed to raise awareness of CEH among audiences beyond the scientific community, including politicians, policy makers and the general public. It summarises the organisation and its research in the form of a concise booklet, using high quality images and a contemporary design to help communicate the value of cutting-edge science in a more accessible and engaging way.
The CEH Flooding Appraisal provides an analysis of major floods that occurred in England and Wales during the summer of 2007. The report was authored by independent scientists from the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) and the British Geological Society (BGS) as part of the National Hydrological Monitoring Programme, operated jointly by CEH and BGS.
Countryscape designed the CEH exhibition stand for the Royal Welsh Show 2009.
The aim of the exhbition was to publicise the work of CEH to the broad audience of visitors attending the show: ranging from families with young children, to professional scientists and politicians.
The exhibition comprised a series of large indoor displays, which were designed to engage public interest and capture the attention of passers-by. The displays were produced in bi-lingual format (Welsh/English), following CEH brand guidelines.
Countryscape designed and produced the CEH Science Strategy (entitled ‘Integrated Science for Our Changing World’), which summarises the organisation's programme of work between 2005-2010 and sets the scope for future research.
Countryside Survey is a world-leading study of the natural resources of the UK’s countryside. It provides information to policymakers and others about gradual changes in the countryside over time. The 2007 Survey, which reported in 2008, was the fifth to be carried out since 1978.