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. Appendixes:
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.
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.
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