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Understanding, communicating and managing uncertainty and risk related to future changes in catchments.

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added on 25 09 2009 by Clare Black
Catchment Conversations is a commentary site centered on uncertainty and catchment management developed to support a NERC funded Knowledge Transfer Network. Read more..

Catchment Conversations is a commentary site centered on uncertainty and catchment management developed to support a NERC funded Knowledge Transfer Network. The Catchment Change Network is designed to improve both the understanding and management of uncertainty and risk related to future changes in water inputs within catchments. It represents one way in which we’re exploring our commitment to optimise two-way communication with our project partners, encourage and develop a dialogue and broaden awareness of knowledge and best practice across our science user groups.

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Quality of Rivers in England and Wales best for over a century
added on 23 09 2009 by Clare Black
Quality of rivers in England and Wales best for over a century. Otters, eels and salmon to return to the Thames and Mersey. Water quality in England Read more..

Quality of rivers in England and Wales best for over a century.

Otters, eels and salmon to return to the Thames and Mersey.

Water quality in England and Wales has improved for the nineteenth year in a row the Environment Agency announced today. As a result, more rivers are becoming home for species that were once thought to be in terminal decline in them, such as salmon, eel and otters.
The improvement has been achieved mainly through investment by water companies, tougher action on polluters, changing farming practices and thousands of local projects. The Environment Agency also published ambitious new plans to revitalise and transform over 9,000 miles of river by 2015.

The Environment Agency has released its results on the state of rivers, which showed improvements in water quality. Figures from the Environment Agency’s annual General Quality Assessment (GQA) show that seven out of 10 English rivers and nine out of 10 Welsh rivers, achieved ‘very good’ or ‘good’ status in terms of chemical and biological water quality in 2008. Read the whole article here.

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Hyporheic Handbook to launch November 2009
added on 18 09 2009 by Clare Black
The Hyporheic Network is pleased to announce its handbook for environmental managers on groundwater-surface water interactions and the hyporheic zone. Read more..

The Hyporheic Network is pleased to announce its handbook for environmental managers on groundwater-surface water interactions and the hyporheic zone. The first copies of the Hyporheic Handbook will be available at a workshop on the 2-3 November 2009, where there will also be discussion of its implications for practice and for research directions.

For more details visit http://www.hyporheic.net/

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CSI-style forensics will help prevent bathing water pollution
added on 15 09 2009 by Clare Black
The Environment Agency has developed a cutting edge DNA technique to prevent the pollution of bathing water. The 'CSI Seaside' project is believed to be Read more..

The Environment Agency has developed a cutting edge DNA technique to prevent the pollution of bathing water. The ‘CSI Seaside’ project is believed to be the first of its kind anywhere in the world. By isolating the DNA of faecal matter sometimes found in bathing water, the agency’s National Laboratory Service is now able to tell whether it is human or animal in origin. The process is called Microbial Source Tracking (MST). Once the technique is perfected, Environment Officers will swiftly be able to perform analysis, identify the sources of pollution and take action to stop it entering our bathing water.
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Environment Agency calls for Cleaner Seas Forum
added on 15 09 2009 by Clare Black
The Environment Agency plans to set up a new 'Cleaner Seas Forum' to help drive further improvements in bathing water quality. It will invite surfers, Read more..

The Environment Agency plans to set up a new ‘Cleaner Seas Forum’ to help drive further improvements in bathing water quality. It will invite surfers, swimmers, councils, farmers, water companies and pressure groups to come together to identify the bathing waters where further improvements are still needed and work together to achieve them. It will also consider whether information to the public could be improved.
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