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Politik

Trev Bond delves into the potentially dangerous world of river management politics. Tread carefully. Continue reading

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River restoration ‘quick-wins’ – getting the best flow for your florin

It’s not all about Manning’s n and Navier-Stokes. . Trevor Bond explains that a fair amount of good river restoration can be done without a calculator. Continue reading

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River restoration: Part 2 – What you shouldn’t do

Originally posted on The Geography and Environment postgraduate blog:
We’ve seen what you should do in terms of river restoration in our last post. Now, what shouldn’t you do? What are the things that cause river restoration schemes to fail?…

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River restoration: Part 1 – What you should do

Originally posted on The Geography and Environment postgraduate blog:
River restoration was recently described to me as being more of an art than a science. Well, it’s hard to avoid the conclusion that it is a somewhat subjective practice. That isn’t to say we…

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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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An introduction to England’s chalk streams: origins and history

Originally posted on The Geography and Environment postgraduate blog:
If you’ve ever spent any amount of time in the English countryside, you’ve probably come across a chalk stream or two.  Spanning from the River Hull in Humberside to the River…

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