Publications

Best Practice Guide Cell Bunding.pdf

The INTERREG VA Source to Tap project aims to develop sustainable, catchment- scale solutions for the protection of rivers and lakes, which are the main sources of our shared drinking water. Peatbogs provide many benefits to a catchment. The slow movement of water through a bog means the peat matrix acts as a filter, capturing contaminants from rainwater. They can also help mitigate flooding by storing and slowing storm water, reducing peak flows and increasing lag times downstream.

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Source to Tap newsletter Ezine 9

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Source to Tap Newsletter Issue 8

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Lough Bradan handout

Lough Bradan handout for site visit

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Tullychurry visit handout

Tullychurry Peat Restoration site information

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Source to Tap Newsletter: Issue 7

The 7th Issue of the project's newsletter provides updates and information about all the work carried out by the team over the past few months. In this edition, we delve into the depths of Groundwater Monitoring, catch up with the Peat and Forestry Pilots and dig a little deeper into the 2021 Science Impacts Report. We hope you like our new makeover too!

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