- Phase 2 Final Report, May 2015 (PDF-679K)
Final report on the results of Phase 2 of the project including project outcomes, lessons learned and conclusions and recommendations on future work.
- 14.1: Report on Match Funding Received from Partners during Phase II of the Project from 01/04/11 to 31/03/15 (PDF-27K)
- 14.2: Photo selection of implemented measuresPDF-2450K)
- 14.3: Report on quantifying the contribution of the large woody debris dams to flood water storage
- 14.4: Report on evaluating the performance of the two timber bunds in the River Seven catchment
- 14.5: Report on ecosystem services evaluation
- 14.6: Report on potential of behavioural policy ‘nudges’ to encourage woodland creation for flood mitigation
- 14.7: List of media interviews, press articles, publications in trade press and journals, presentations given and events attended
- 14.8: Report on flood storage bund
- Phase 1 Final Report, April 2011 (PDF-679K)
Final report on the results of Phase 1 of the project including an assessment of success, lessons learned and future plans.
- 12.1: Report on Match Funding Received from Partners during Period of Project to 31/03/11 (PDF-27K)
- 12.2: Assessment Of The Impact Of Upstream Land Management Measures On Flood Flows In Pickering Beck Using Overflow (PDF-2450K)
- 12.3: Report on evaluating potential sites for planting riparian and floodplain woodland (PDF-43K)
- 12.4: Assessing the impact of floodplain woodland planting in the River Seven catchment (PDF-1778K)
- 12.5: Report on Ecosystem Services Valuation (PDF-134K)
- 12.6: List of Media Interviews, Press Articles, Publications in Trade Press and Journals, Presentations given and Events (PDF-42K)
- 12.7: Community Engagement Plan (PDF-335K)
- Opportunity Mapping for Woodland to Reduce Flooding in the Yorkshire and the Humber Region (PDF-6947K)
Report considering opportunities for using woodland for flood mitigation within the Yorkshire and the Humber region in north England.
By Samantha Broadmeadow and Tom Nisbet (Forest Research), 2009.
Forest Research Monograph: 1
- Making Space for People (PDF-696K)
Involving local knowledge in flood risk research and management in Ryedale, Yorkshire.
Report of the Ryedale Flood Research Group, 2008.
- Restoring Floodplain Woodland for Flood Alleviation (PDF-1930K)
Final report to Defra for this research project (no. SLD2316).
By Tom Nisbet and Huw Thomas (Forest Research), 2008.
- An Evaluation of the Impact of Large Woody Debris in Watercourses on Flood Flows (PDF-3140K)
Final Report to Forestry Commission (Wales) on Robinwood Project.
By Huw Thomas and Tom Nisbet (Forest Research), 2007.
- Forestry and Flooding (PDF-85K)
Regional Forestry Strategy for Yorkshire and The Humber, Briefing Note.
By Vince Carter (Forestry Commission), 2007.
- An Assessment of the Impact of Floodplain Woodland on Flood Flows
Paper examining the potential role of floodplain woodland in flood alleviation.
By Huw Thomas and Tom Nisbet (Forest Research), 2006.
- The Role of Woodland in Flood Control: a Landscape Perspective (PDF-69K)
Paper considering whether woodland can make a significant contribution to tackling future flooding as part of a whole-catchment approach to sustainable flood management.
By Tom Nisbet and Huw Thomas (Forest Research), 2006.
- Opportunity mapping for woodland to reduce flooding in the River Derwent CumbriaFinal report to Cumbria Woodlands, for the Woodland Trust, Natural England and Forestry Commission England. By Samantha Broadmeadow and Tom Nisbet (Forest Research), 2010.
- Evaluating the effects of riparian woodland and large woody debris dams on peak flows in Pickering Beck, North Yorkshire. Paper in proceedings of the Flood and Coastal Management 2010 Conference, The Interantional Centre, Telford 29 June -1 July 2010. By Nick Odoni (Durham University), Tom Nisbet, Samantha Broadmeadow, S.N Lane, L.V. Huckson, J Pacey and Simon Marrington.
- Woodland for Water: Woodland measures for meeting Water Framework Directive objectives. Forest Rsearch Monograph, 4By Tom Nisbet, M.Silgram (ADAS), Nadeem Shah, K. Morrow (ADAS) and Samantha Broadmeadow, 2011.
- Modelling the hydraulic impact of reintroducing large woody debris into watercourses Paper in Journal of Flood Risk Management 5 (2):164-174. By Huw Thomas and Tom Nisbet (Forest Research), 2012.
- Yorkshire & North East England Woodland for Water Project, Phase 1: Opportunity mappingFinal report to the Environment Agency. By Samantha Broadmeadow, Huw Thomas, and Tom Nisbet (Forest Research), 2013.
Booklets and factsheets
- Managing Woody Debris in Rivers, Streams and Floodplains (PDF-1010K)
This booklet aims to promote best practice to farmers, riparian landowners, site managers, drainage boards, anglers, foresters, local authorities, highways engineers, water policy makers, teachers, students and the general public. Staffordshire Wildlife Trust.
- Slowing the Flow in Pickering and Sinnington (PDF-139K)
Community invitation and project factsheet.