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Title: The River Thame : catchment review : first draft - 16th Februrary 1996
Author: National Rivers Authority Thames Region
Document Type: Monograph
The following review will provide a summary of catchment statistics, issues, current and future proposed NRA activity in order to achieve a broad awareness of potential opportunities and constraints. The document will also form the basis of the full Catchment Management Plan which will provide the focus for those concerned with the future wellbeing of the water environment of the area. The Catchment Review study area covers the Thame catchment, as illustrated in the map at Fig.l. The study area covers approximately 683.9km2 and is predominately rural in character with the main urban area being Aylesbury, with a population of 55,700. There are also a number of with smaller settlements including Thame, Tring and Princes Risborough (8,000). The study area has a population of approximately 90,000. There are a number of tributaries to the Thame including:- Fleet Marston, Denham, Hardwick, Bear, Scotsgrove, Cuttle, Haseley, Chalgrove, Baldon, Holton, Danes, Thomley, Worminghall, Peppers Hill, Chersley Brooks.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1996
Publication Place: Reading
Subject Keywords: Catchment managementRiversNature conservation
Geographic Keywords: Thame (South England)Thame and South Chilterns catchment
Extent: 27; + appendices
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