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Title: River Deben alleviation of low flows scheme : an environmental appraisal. Appendices
Author: National Rivers Authority Anglian Region
Document Type: Monograph
Annotation: EA additional title info: southern science - river Deben alleviation of low flows scheme: an environmental appraisal - final report May 1994
This report shows the appendices of the River Deben alleviation of low flows scheme report made by the Southern Science Ltd. The River Deben is a rural river flowing through a boulder clay covered Chalk catchment to the Deben estuary near Woodbridge in Suffolk. It was identified by the National Rivers Authority (NRA) in 1993 on a priority list of 40 rivers where low flows, due to authorised abstraction, were considered a potential problem. This report contains sections on: County Wildlife Site and SSSI data; background fisheries data; background water quality data; pollution incidents records; archive local studies information; MAFF land use statistics and environmentally sensitive areas information; spray irrigation returns; hydrotechnical base flow graphs; southern science flow gauging dta; Mike 11 Cross sectional information; discharge: velocity: depth: calculations.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1994
Publication Place: Peterborough
Subject Keywords: RiversFlow rateWater qualityHydrographic surveysHabitat assessmentEnvironmental surveysLand useVelocity
Geographic Keywords: Deben (river)East Suffolk catchmentSuffolk
Extent: n.p. [149]
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