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Title: River Loddon fact file
Author: National Rivers Authority Thames Region
Document Type: Monograph
Established on 1st September 1989, the NRA is an independent public body charged with safeguarding and improving the natural water environment. It is responsible for flood defence, regulating the quality of rivers and groundwaters, balancing the needs of various water users, protecting and improving fish stocks and promoting water-based recreation of all kinds. The NRA is committed to improving wildlife habitats and conserving the natural environment in all it undertakes. The Bow Brook and the River Lyde rise to the north west and the east of Basingstoke respectively and meet the Loddon at Sherfield on Loddon. The major tributary, the River Blackwater (subject of a separate leaflet), rises south of Aldershot and flows through Farnborough. Camberley and Sandhurst, meeting the main river near Swallowfield. The River Whitewater rises at Greywell and meets the Blackwater at R'seley and the River Hart rises at Crondall and meets the Whitewater at Bramshill.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: [before 1996]
Publication Place: Reading
Subject Keywords: RiversWater qualityFlood risk managementRiver fisheries
Geographic Keywords: LoddonLoddon catchmentBerkshireHampshire
Extent: n.p. [4]
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