Research and analysis

The influence of variations in flow on general quality assessment of rivers

The project studies the relationship between quality and flow for the three general quality assessment (GQA) determinands.

Documents

The Influence of Variations in Flow on General Quality Assessmetn of Rivers

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The Influence of Variations in Flow on General Quality Assessment of Rivers

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Details

The broad aims of the project were to (a) build up an understanding of the relationships between quality and flow for the three GQA determinands, and (b) clarify how any relationships discerned are influenced by the nature of the river. The project also aimed to assess the effect on quality of factors other than flow, such as AMP-related improvements.

Published 1 January 2002