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The news items below have been collected from a number of sources and they all relate to water security.

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Dec
21
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A new and updated version of the Coded List of Freshwater Algae of Britain and Ireland has been published on the CEH website. The list includes all reliable records up to November 2014 of freshwater …
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Dec
17
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Innovate UK, Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) and Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) are to invest up to £7.5m in collaborative R&D projects, with a proportion available for fe…
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Dec
15
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November was a damp and dull month, the dullest November since 2004 for the UK. Temperatures were mild for the time of year, particularly during the first half of the month, contributing to mean Janua…
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Dec
11
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The December 2014 Hydrological Outlook has now been published. The one month outlook for December is for both river flows and groundwater levels to be within the normal range for most of the UK apart…
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Dec
08
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There is rising concern about the need to protect water quality at source, rather than relying on heavy inputs of energy and chemicals downstream for cleaning up abstracted supplies. This, together wi…
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Nov
21
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The Innovation Projects call supports projects that are likely to generate little or no commercial return, but which will deliver impact.   The call aims to increase and accelerate the uptake and im…
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