Abstract: Synthesis of work at Thames / Kennet catchment, UK
At present, many water bodies across Europe fail to comply with Water Framework Directive (WFD) and Habitats Directive (HD) targets, an issue which may be exacerbated in the future under climate and land use change. REFRESH aims to develop a framework to enable water managers to design cost-effective restoration programmes for freshwater ecosystems, accounting for expected future impacts of climate and land use change. Here, we present an overview of work carried out in the River Thames catchment, in south east England, combining process based catchment modelling with cost-effectiveness analysis.
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