Publications

Meenbog landslide impact on INTERREG VA Project

The Meenbog landslide will have a significant impact on the Source to Tap project which has been ongoing in the area since 2017. The €4.9m INTERREG VA funded project on the Erne and Derg, was designed to pilot sustainable catchment management activities to improve raw water abstracted for drinking water quality.

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Source to Tap Newsletter Issue 6

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A catchment scale monitoring solution for MCPA Time and space considerations

(1)Phil Jordan, (2) Rachel Cassidy, (2) Phoebe Morton, (1)Kevin Atcheson,, (2) Stewart Floyd, (2)Colin McRoberts, (2) Donnacha Doody 1. School of Geography and Environmental Sciences, Ulster University, N. Ireland 2. Agri-Environment Branch, Agri-Food Biosciences Institute, Newforge Lane, Belfast, N. Ireland

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Source to Tap Newsletter Issue 5

In issue 5 of our newsletter we focus on: - The ‘C’ word - Land Incentive Scheme continues to grow - Back on the road with our project updates   - The knowns and unknowns of the herbicide MCPA - An insight into how our water is treated - Working from home but learning from home - A word to contractors - Forestry Pilot Update - Peat Pilot Update - Drone videos of the Erne and Derg

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Understanding the hydrological dynamics of acid herbicides in river catchments using high resolution data

Morton P.A. (1), Cassidy R. (1), Jordan P. (2), McRoberts C. (1), Floyd S. (1), McCarney B. (1) and Doody D. (1) Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, 18a Newforge Lane, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom, (2) School of Geography and Environmental Sciences, Ulster University, Coleraine, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

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Source to Tap Newsletter Issue 4

Issue 4 of our Newsletter

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