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Regional Forum Cambridge 15th Nov 2017

Regional Forum Cambridge 15th Nov 2017

  Angling Trust East of England Fisheries Forum November 15th 2017 Chesterton Sports...

Tuesday, 06 December 2016 11:45

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Angling Trust regional chair Kelvin Allen presented his story at the recent "The Reasons" event held in Peterborough Museum on the 1st Dec.

This forms part of the NERC funded DRY project which looks at dilemmas around drought and water scarcity.

Kelvin presented the case on water needs and balances, which ended with two questions given the major expansion in both managed wetlands and housing in the Cambridgeshire Fens.

Where is all the water coming from? and is there any water left for the Environment? His presentation is available below as an attachment.

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For more information on project DRY visit http://dryproject.co.uk/

 

 

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