Tag Archives: biodiversity

Why Restore?

River restoration has become a standard part of a river manager’s repertoire as European, North American and Australasian land managers have increasingly moved away from a focus on efficient drainage of land and rivers and towards a more holistic view … Continue reading

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Effects of salt on wildlife

A while back as part of a stream gauging experiment (more of which in a later post) I did a literature review of the sub-lethal and toxic levels of salt in water for different classes of wildlife. This is one … Continue reading

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Why are English chalk streams important?

Originally posted on The Geography and Environment postgraduate blog:
We’ve looked at where chalk streams come from and their characteristics. Now it’s time to consider why English chalk streams are important. The ecological significance of England’s chalk rivers is internationally…

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