Reference : Atlas - Channel Catchment Cluster
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Physical, chemical, mathematical & earth Sciences : Earth sciences & physical geography
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/192258
Atlas - Channel Catchment Cluster
English
Morris, Lucy []
Pope, Nick []
Richir, Jonathan mailto [University of Portsmouth, Portsmouth, UK > School of Biological Sciences > Institute of Marine Sciences > >]
Pini, Jennifer []
White, Shannon []
Watson, Gordon []
South West Water []
Dissanayake, Awantha []
Awadhesh, N. Jha []
Wood, Christine []
Yunnie, Anna []
Bishop, John []
Paling, Nick []
Wigley, Sarah []
Lopez, Paulina []
Westcountry Rivers Trust []
2014
Westcountry Rivers Trust
11 pages, multicolore
[en] Westcountry Rivers Trust publication : "The 3Cs (Channel Catchment Cluster) is a project that looks at the river basins that drains into the channel. Capitalizing on common aspects of recent Interreg-funded projects in the Channel area that have focussed on water quality within coastal catchments (from groundwater to the sea) and disregarding political boundaries and focussing on the geography, the 3Cs incorporates all facets of the hydrological cycle within catchment basins. This includes groundwater, rivers, transitional waters & the coastal zone together with aspects of port and estuarine sediment quality. A multi – stakeholder project, our role was to collate, share and disseminate the tools, techniques, data and best practices developed within the Interreg Iva FCE projects in order to improve scientific understanding, monitoring and management of water quality in the region."
Westcountry Rivers Trust
European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)
Channel Catchment Cluster (3C)
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students ; General public
http://hdl.handle.net/2268/192258
http://wrt.org.uk/project/channel-catchment-cluster/

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