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  • DTC Conference – report and links to presentations
    • How can we easily understand the ecological responses of aquatic organisms to changes in pollutant fluxes and flows?
    • In what form are nutrients transported to the river… and does it matter?
    • How do different river catchments transport pollutants in response to rainfall?
    • Where does the sediment come from?
    • What drives the attitudes of farmers towards adoption of diffuse pollution mitigation measures?
    • What technical support tools can we provide to help with planning effective mitigation measures?
    • Do cover crops in winter mitigate nitrate pollution?
    • How effective are control measures to exclude livestock from watercourses on faecal pollution?
    • How can ‘slowing the flow’ help in diffuse pollution mitigation?
  • The Environment Agency’s LIDAR data to be free from September 2015!
  • Using a biobed as a measure to reduce point-source pesticide inputs into surface water and groundwater
  • Stakeholder engagement in the Wensum
  • Recent and future climate trends in the Eden, Avon and Wensum DTC catchments
  • Agricultural Catchments Programme, Ireland – reprised
  • Eden catchment MP Rory Stewart – becomes Junior Environment Minister

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