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Dr Wei Xing's research in the River Eden catchment

Dr Wei Xing’s research in the River Eden catchment

Visiting Lancaster University (February 2012 – January 2013) Relationships of phytoplankton composition and environmental factors in three catchments of EdenDTC

MOPS: Field wetlands reduce diffuse pollution from agricultural land

MOPS: Field wetlands reduce diffuse pollution from agricultural land

For a downloadable PDF version of the leaflet click HERE or click HERE to visit the MOPS website for more information  

Finding ways to tackle diffuse pollution

Finding ways to tackle diffuse pollution

An article on monitoring activities at the three national Demonstration Test Catchments is featured in this month’s Water Active WebMag. The article can be accessed online in full, on pages 22-24.

Newsletter 3: April 2012

Newsletter 3: April 2012

       Newsletter 3: April 2012 . . Pollution risk mapping  The SCIMAP diffuse pollution risk mapping framework is being used within the EdenDTC project to identify potential critical source areas within each of the focus catchment. More detail . .. Biotope monitoring – how diverse are the EdenDTC sub-catchments  As part of the on-going monthly […]

Phil Haygarth on Farming Today

Phil Haygarth on Farming Today

Phil Haygarth was on Farming Today on Radio 4 last week talking about diffuse pollution and bathing water quality. The segment starts at 4:10 in the Farming Today podcast. Farming Today 13 April 2012

If it’s not wind it’s rain…

If it’s not wind it’s rain…

While the autumn of 2011 brought us stormy weather and wind damage, winter has set in with plenty of rain and storm events, keeping the team busy collecting water samples. The analysis of the ISCO samples has been passed on from CEH to the Environment Agency, and the new routine is running smoothly.

BBC’s Countryfile team visit the Eden

BBC’s Countryfile team visit the Eden

On January 16th Countryfile’s Ben Laidlow (Director) and John Craven (Presenter) paid the Eden a visit as part of a feature about organic farming and water quality across Britain.

What other flooding and water quality research is going on in the Eden?

What other flooding and water quality research is going on in the Eden?

The river Eden catchment is an important place for research on flooding and water quality. In addition to the Eden DTC project, a number of other projects are being carried out by many of the EdenDTC partner organisations; follow the links below to find out more information. ALFA UK is based in the Eden river […]