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Category: Recreation, Sport, Leisure and Tourism

Will wetland restoration be sustainable?   The challenge Wetlands have been threatened by losses for centuries, with drainage and conversion for intensive agriculture, peat harv…
Wetlands have been threatened by losses for centuries, with drainage and conversion for intensive agriculture, peat harvesting and river channel modification significantly reducing the area of wetlands and their character. https://www.wskep.net/index.php/waterr2b/sectors/recreation-sport-leisure/wetland-restoration/


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Category: Farming and Food

How do we restore a degraded river? The challenge As a contribution to improving the local environment Coca Cola wanted to restore a degraded stretch of river near it bottling p…
As a contribution to improving the local environment Coca Cola wanted to restore a degraded stretch of river near it bottling plant in south east London. https://www.wskep.net/index.php/waterr2b/sectors/farming-food/restoration/


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Category: Recreation, Sport, Leisure and Tourism

How was water quality in Loch Leven restored? The challenge Loch Leven is a large, shallow lake in lowland Scotland that is important as a tourist destination. It is also renown…
Loch Leven is a large, shallow lake in lowland Scotland that is important as a tourist destination. It is also renowned for its brown trout fishery, internationally protected plants and waterfowl, and as a nationally important RSPB nature reserve. https://www.wskep.net/index.php/waterr2b/sectors/recreation-sport-leisure/loch-leven/


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Category: Water Utilities

The Mires-on-the-moors project: Can restoring moorlands enhance water supply, improve water quality and store more carbon in the landscape? The challenge On the uplands of Exmoo…
On the uplands of Exmoor and Dartmoor, generations of peat-cutting and the creation of drainage ditches has caused the mires to dry out, which reduces the water-holding capacity of the moors. This increases the fluctuation in river flows throughout the ye… https://www.wskep.net/index.php/waterr2b/sectors/water-utilities/mires-moor/


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