Reservoir Catchment and Impoundment Management
This scoping study is a survey of literature and industry views on the nature and scale of the issues associated with land use that impact on reservoir management for storing untreated water and on water treatment for potable supply. It identifies the main problems associated with land use and how these have been managed in the past and summarises the availability of historical data and information that could be used for future work. It includes the latest work that is still ongoing in land management techniques and goes on to recommend a number of studies for future work. It particularly focuses on the opportunities that the Water Framework Directive could offer, highlighting the relatively short timescales available to fit in with implementation timetable.
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