Research and analysis

Revetment techniques used on the river Skerne restoration project

The design construction and initial effectiveness of revetment works undertaken on the Skerne river as part of a river restoration project.

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Revetment Techniques Used on the River Skerne Restoration Project

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This report records the details of revetment works undertaken as part of the Environment Agency’s Research and Development Programme on revetment techniques. It describes ‘soft’ revetments installed on the River Skeme in Darlington, County Durham as part of a comprehensive river restoration project between August 1995 and May 1996. The Skeme is one of three river restoration demonstration sites part financed ty the EU financial instrument LIFE.

Published 1 July 1998