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Geographical Term Details

Kennet and Pang catchment

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The Kennet and Pang CAMS area is situated in the west of the River Thames basin. It is de?ned by the Berkshire and Marlborough Downs to the north and west, and by the Hampshire Downs in the south. The main rivers in the CAMS area are the rivers Kennet, Og, Aldbourne, Lambourn, Winterbourne, Dun, Shalbourne, Pang, Enborne and Foudry Brook. The surface water catchment area is approximately 1,397km2. (EA)

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English catchment basin
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Pang
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Approved Date
18-Nov-2013

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