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Title: Ninth Annual Report for year ended 31st March, 1974
Author: Cumberland River Authority
Document Type: Monograph
Abstract:
This is the ninth Annual report of the Cumberland River Authority on information of its activities and responsibilities on river management in its area between the beginning of April 1973, to the end of March 1974. The report contains 5 main sections on water resources, land drainage, fisheries, pollution, and finally the expenditure and income for the 12 month period. The first area that the report deals with is water resources, which includes periodical surveys, hydrometric schemes, acceptable flows, conservation works and a review of rainfall and river flow. The section on land drainage looks at work on improvement schemes, floods, charges and information on maintenance work carried out on rivers including Wampool, Waver, Glenderamackin and Lyvennet. The fisheries section covers 5 districts of the River Eden, Esk, Ellen, Derwent and South West Cumberland. It includes angling information and a general report for salmon and sea trout, brown trout and freshwater fish. Fish disease and fish hatchery are also covered as well as fisheries protection and licence duties. The fourth section on pollution deals with water quality, and the results of samples taken for chemical analysis from rivers Eden, Eamont, Leith, Lowther, Lyne, Petteril, Caldew, Calder, Marron, Irthing, Esk, Irt, Mite, Derwent, Ehen, Ellen, Annas, Wampool and Waver are also given. It also covers information on sewage and trade effluents. The River Authorities preceded the Environment Agency which came into existence in 1996.
Publisher: Cumberland River Authority
Publication Date: 1974
Publication Place: Carlisle
Subject Keywords: Annual reportsRiversEnvironmental managementWater resourcesFisheriesPollution control
Geographic Keywords: CumbriaDerwent (Cumbria)Eden and Esk catchmentEhenEsk and Coast catchment
Extent: 106
Permalink: http://www.environmentdata.org/archive/ealit:4274
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