Having delivered our environmental measures, it is then vital that we collect sufficient evidence to provide an objective and scientifically robust assessment of the effectiveness of our interventions. Ultimately, we must be able to justify that the money we have spent and the interventions we have made across the landscape have either delivered significant improvements in the health of the environment and/or have generated significant secondary financial, ecological and social benefits.
Defra project assessing effectiveness of catchment managment measures
Improving the health of East London's River Lea
Thames River Watch is a citizen science project which aims to improve our understanding of the health of the tidal Thames.
An application to explore information about designated bathing waters.
A network of nearly 100 partner organisations working together.
Method of assessing the physical diversity of rivers.
Method for locating sediment pollution in river catchments.
Volunteer scheme to spot & report pollution.
Monitoring can be designed to look at biological measures.
Evidence-based assessment of the options to tackle diffuse pollution.
A framework and supporting toolkit.
This review explores the data and evidence available.
Assessing delivery of objectives and benefits.
FARM SCale Optimisation of Pollutant Emission Reductions model.
The Extended Nutrient Export Coefficient Model
A 7 step guide to developing a Natural Flood Management Scheme.