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Title: Anglian Region Water Quality Report 1995
Author: Environment Agency
Document Type: Monograph
Anglian is one of eight Regions of the Environment Agency. The Agency has responsibilities for the management of waste, the control of pollution and the management of water resources, flood defence, freshwater fisheries, and conservation It also has obligations for surveillance and duties to publish information on the state of the Environment. This report covers water quality issues in the Anglian Region in 1995. There is an Index and a Glossary at the back, and a list of abbreviations and acronyms. This document gives trends over the past 11 years in the chemical quality of rivers, demonstrating that water quality had improved by 37% since 1990. This is matched by an improvement in the biology. The biological quality was the best recorded and showed a net improvement since 1994 and a net improvement of 39% since 1990. The number of reported Pollution Incidents decreased by 8% from 1994 to 1995. There were 15 of the more serious incidents, compared with 12 in 1994.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1995
Publication Place: Bristol
Subject Keywords: Environment AgencyEnvironmental managementWater qualityWater pollutionPollution controlPollution monitoringMacrophytesDischarge (hydrology)
Geographic Keywords: East AngliaEA AnglianThe Broads
Extent: 101; + maps
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