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Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences An open-access publication for refereed proceedings in hydrology
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Excess sediment has been identified as a key issue for the River Rother, West Sussex, UK, a 350 km2 river catchment. The aim is to identify the severity, extent, possible causes and potential mitigation options available to reduce sediment into the river. Ten monitoring sites were installed on four major tributaries and the main channel of the River Rother to collect sediment in the river. Sediment will be compared with possible source soil samples to trace where the sediment originated.
Articles | Volume 375
Proc. IAHS, 375, 35–39, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-375-35-2017
Proc. IAHS, 375, 35–39, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-375-35-2017

  03 Mar 2017

03 Mar 2017

SMART – Sediment Mitigation Actions for the River Rother, UK

Jennine L. Evans et al.

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Excess sediment has been identified as a key issue for the River Rother, West Sussex, UK, a 350 km2 river catchment. The aim is to identify the severity, extent, possible causes and potential mitigation options available to reduce sediment into the river. Ten monitoring sites were installed on four major tributaries and the main channel of the River Rother to collect sediment in the river. Sediment will be compared with possible source soil samples to trace where the sediment originated.
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