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Title: The Don, Rother and Dearne catchment (river factfiles)
Author: Environment Agency North East Region
Document Type: Monograph
This booklet aims to analyse different environmental issues of the Don, Rother and Dearne catchment. The River Don rises on Dunford Moor in the Pennines and flows to Penistone before turning south-east to Sheffield. From Sheffield it flows north-east to join the tidal Ouse at Goole. It has two tributaries, the Rother and Dearne. The Rother rises near Clay Cross in Derbyshire and joins the Don in Rotherham. The Dearne starts its life west of Denby Dale and flows through Barnsley and Mexborough, where it too meets the Don.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: [after 1996]
Publication Place: Leeds
Subject Keywords: RiversCatchment basinsInformation disseminationEnvironmental factors
Geographic Keywords: EA Yorkshire and North EastDon (South Yorkshire)YorkshireDon and Rother catchment
Extent: 9
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