Research and analysis

The impact of de-stocking on the microbiological quality of rivers in the Caldew catchment

Report of the impact of de-stocking of farms on a catchment in Cumbria after foot & mouth disease.

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The impact of de-stocking on the microbiological quality of rivers in the Caldew catchment

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The impact of de-stocking on the microbiological quality of rivers in the Caldew catchment

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Details

This project monitored and described the impact of changes in stocking density on the microbiological water quality of the Caldew Catchment in Cumbria, which was heavily affected by foot and mouth disease.

Published 1 March 2005