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Title: The management of the water resources of the Lark groundwater unit
Author: J.A. Barker
Document Type: Monograph
The aim of this report is to report on the current status in the Lark groundwater unit in particular with respect to the hydrogeology, hydrology, navigation, water quality, conservation issues, fisheries and biological aspects. The report presents a groundwater resource balance for the unit calculated for average conditions, and recommends a policy for the future allocation and management of water resources. Future studies to be undertaken are identified which will allow better management of the water resource. The Lark groundwater unit covers parts of several river catchments, including those of the Lark, Kennett, Cut Off Channel and Sapiston.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1992
Publication Place: Peterborough
Subject Keywords: GroundwaterWater resourcesRiversWater depletionWater abstraction
Geographic Keywords: Cam and Ely Ouse catchmentKennetSapistonNorfolk
Extent: 26; + tables and figures
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