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Title: Water quality in Anglian Region : the first five years
Author: National Rivers Authority Anglian Region
Document Type: Monograph
This NRA leaflet describes the water quality in the Anglian Region during the first five years. Anglian is the fastest-growing Region. It is mainly low-lying and flat. It has low rainfall and intensive agriculture. This document contains sections on what the NRA and what does it do; what's special about the Anglian Region; how do we archives our aims; rivers; river quality objectives; statutory water quality objectives; the Norfolk Broads; blue-green algae; marine waters; European Directives; nitrate; pollution prevention; pollution incidents; prosecution; pesticides; discharges; future investment; integrated pollution control; monitoring; mathematical modelling; the public register; and who pays for the NRA work on water quality.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1994
Publication Place: Peterborough
Subject Keywords: RiversWater qualityAmmoniaPollution monitoringWater pollutionSewage treatmentEstuaries
Geographic Keywords: Nene (river)Colne Estuary (Essex)
Extent: 11
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