Research and analysis

Understanding ecological impacts in England and Wales and identifying possible causes: part 2

It is important for watershed managers to be able to identify and prioritise stressors at particular sites and develop appropriate strategies to protect rivers in England and Wales.

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Understanding ecological impacts in England and Wales and identifying possible causes: part 2 -the Weight of Evidence/weighted Logistci Regression met

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Understanding ecological impacts in England and Wales and identifying possible causes: part 1 - the Effect and Probable cause (EPC) method

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An eco-epidemiological approach has been applied to existing biological and surface water chemistry data for England and Wales to investigate its potential in helping identify biological impacts from multiple pressures and understand their causes.