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

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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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