GeoSmart Information combines Environment Agency open data with modelling in its GWFlood groundwater flood forecast service. Our model At GeoSmart, our model predicts groundwater levels based on actual history of all the main variables affecting groundwater recharge, flow and discharge …
For #InvasiveSpeciesWeek and to mark the release of the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology's Asian Hornet Watch app, we have a guest post from Janet Dixon from Defra's Exotic Disease Control Unit.
Our forests are valuable to us in many different ways – something we’ve understood for a long time. Now we have a new way to keep an eye on them.
The 2018 climate projections are coming and will be published as open data. Find out what they are and how to register for updates here.
Defra's Permanent Secretary talks #DataDrivenDefra, #DataMash and the joy of unconferences in this video and full transcription.
A week ago today I was lucky enough to attend the Sentinel-2B satellite launch event held at European Space Operations Centre (ESOC) in Darmstadt, Germany.
Every organisation has its commonly used phrases and, since starting in Defra in October, I keep hearing people use the term ‘we aren’t trying to boil the ocean’. It’s an evocative term, but we could use it to describe Data …
A blog from government fast streamer Tarini Fernando about what she learned working at Defra Digital for the last six months.
I’m pretty new to the Data Transformation Programme here at Defra, and reflecting on the last few months has made me think a lot about what data means for our past and our future. I actually used to work on …
Our new digital rod licence application service has recently moved from private to public beta. So how did we do it?