Working with Natural Processes: Key Processes throughout a Catchment
Whilst soil and land management improvement measures can be undertaken at all locations within a catchment, measures which interact with the drainage system are more specific to the location within the catchment.
We are currently undertaking conceptualisation and mapping of nature based solutions within chalk catchments in East Anglia. This work is highlighting that the specific WWNP measures which are applicable in a catchment depend upon a detailed understanding of the catchment, including the underlying soils, geology and hydrogeology.
For more information on the water resource benefits of working with natural processes, contact Susan Wagstaff.
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