Research and analysis

Implications on water quality and sedimentation from the provision of fish access at water-level management structures

Investigates the potential impacts on water quality and sedimentation from fish access structures installed on tidal flapped watercourses (drains) along the estuarine River Trent.

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Implications on water quality and sedimentation from the provision of fish access at water-level management structures

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Implications on water quality and sedimentation from the provision of fish access at water-level management structures

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Investigates the potential impacts on water quality and sedimentation from fish access structures installed on tidal flapped watercourses (drains) along the estuarine River Trent. The study has provided the Environment Agency and others a much greater understanding of the impacts of three different types of fish access structures on water quality and sediment dynamics within drains.

Published 21 January 2013