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Hydrology of the UK A Study of Change

Edited By: Mike Acreman and Frank Law
303 pages, 14 b/w photos, 58 line illus, 26 tabs, 21 maps
Publisher: Routledge
Hydrology of the UK
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Assesses the changing hydrology of the UK, focusing on key issues that effect fundamental hydrological processes and have important implications for water resource management, flood risk and environmental quality.

Contents

Section 1: Causes 1. Climate Change and UK Hydrology Nigel Arnell and Nick Reynard 2. Land Use Change Mark Robinson, John Boardman, Rob Evans, Kate Heppell, John Packman and Graham Leeks 3. River Channel Modification in the UK David Sear, David Wilcock, Mark Robinson and Karen Fisher 4. Causes of Catchment Scale Hydrological Changes Angela Gurnell and Geof Petts Section Two: Effects 5. River Flows Terry Marsh, Andrew Black, Mike Acreman and Craig Elliott 6. River Water Quality Richard Williams, Tim Burt and Geoff Brighty 7. Groundwater Brian Adams, Ian Gale, Paul Younger, David Lerner and John Chilton 8. Lakes and Ponds Tony Bailey-Watts, Alex Lyle, Rick Battarbee, Ron Harriman and Jeremy Biggs 9. Wetlands Mike Acreman and Paul Jose Section Three: Responses 10. Responsibilities and Strategies of UK Organisations Susan Walker, Bob Sargent and John Waterworth 11. Planning and Managing for the Future Malcolm Newson, John Gardiner and Simon Slater 12. Role of the British Hydrological Society Frank M. Law 13. Future UK Hydrological Research Jim Wallace, Enda O'Connell and Paul Whitehead

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Edited By: Mike Acreman and Frank Law
303 pages, 14 b/w photos, 58 line illus, 26 tabs, 21 maps
Publisher: Routledge
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