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UPDATED: Welland River Trust – Fish Refuge

UPDATED: Welland River Trust – Fish Refuge

Young brown trout from upper river section. Juvenile trout have become more prevalent since the river enhancements have been created. The River Welland is a typical lowland river flowing through the East Midlands to the Wash. As with many rivers, it has been highly manipulated in the

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Environment Agency – Sediment Sampling Assessment

Environment Agency – Sediment Sampling Assessment

Studies into river restoration often focus on fisheries and the maintenance of viable populations. Many stream spawning species, particularly salmonids (salmon and trout) bury their eggs with gravel for protection, in formations called redds. High levels of sediment runoff from fields and bank erosion infiltrates these gravels,

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River Restoration and Habitat Enhancement Works

River Restoration and Habitat Enhancement Works

The River Welland is a typical lowland river flowing through the East Midlands to the Wash. As with many rivers, it has been highly manipulated in the past through flood management, straightening and water abstraction. Ecology Link, in conjunction with the Environment Agency, Welland Rivers Trust and

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