Effects of Climate Change on River Water Quality Phase 3 - Scoping Study
This is a scoping study for the third phase of investigations into the effects of climate change on river water quality. It firstly investigates what water quality parameters are of concern to the water industry, how they may be affected by climate change, and if this subsequent impact would then be significant. Consideration is then given to modelling approaches, including data issues, that would be needed to develop catchment based water quality models to represent the above, along with identification of catchments on which a completed modelling framework can be used.
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