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National Forest Estate Drains England 2016

This dataset shows captured drains within the national forest estate. These will be artificially created water courses which may or may not run all year. Attribution statement: Contains OS data ©...

Filter drains in Devon

Filter drains in Devon forming part of the highways drainage system.

Highway Drain Links

Highway Drains in Sheffield. Highway Drains data shown is produced and populated from available Sheffield City Council new and historical information. The positions and information shown are...

Highway Drain Nodes

Highway Drain nodes in Sheffield. Highway Drains data shown is produced and populated from available Sheffield City Council new and historical information. The positions and information shown...

Highway Drains Linear Surface

Highway Drains Linear Surface locations in Sheffield, Highway Drains data shown is produced and populated from available Sheffield City Council new and historical information. The positions and...

Mini-catchment weir records from an impact study of drain cleaning on water flows (Coalburn, Scotland)

Coalburn in the north of England is Britain's longest running forest hydrology research catchment, providing a unique record of the long-term effects of conifer afforestation on upland water...

Aquatic carbon and greenhouse gas concentrations in headwater streams draining from natural, drained and restored peatland catchments in the Flow Country, Scotland, September 2008-August 2010

The dataset contains aquatic carbon and dissolved greenhouse gas data collected from 6 headwater stream sampling sites within the UK’s largest tract of blanket bog, the Flow Country of N. Scotland....

Aquatic carbon and greenhouse gas concentrations in the Auchencorth Moss catchment following drain blocking

This dataset contains concentrations of dissolved organic carbon, inorganic carbon, CO2, CH4 and N2O in the Black Burn stream which drains Auchencorth Moss peatland in South East Scotland....

Baseflow chemistry of streams draining rural and agricultural land in the Wolds region of eastern England

Data from a water quality survey of streams draining rural and agricultural land to the North Sea from the Wolds region of the West Riding of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire in eastern England. These...

Water quality survey of streams across Wales: runoff from forested and felled catchments draining a range of soil types

This data provides the results of a survey of the water quality of small streams draining forested and felled catchments across Wales. The water quality measurements are extensive, including...

Drainage grips in Devon

Drainage grips on the Devon highways network. A highway grip is a shallow ditch connecting the road edge to the roadside ditch. Its purpose is to drain rain water from the highway into the roadside...

WFD River Waterbody Catchments Cycle 2

The WFD River Waterbody Catchments Cycle 2 are a polygon dataset collated as defined for the implementation of the Water Framework Directive. Catchments are defined as an area of land from which...

Greenhouse Gas exchange data from Flanders Moss forest with associated temperature and soil water data

The effect of tree (lodgepole pine) planting with and without intensive drainage on soil greenhouse gas (GHG) fluxes was assessed after 45 yr at a raised peatbog in West Flanders Moss, central...

Agricultural Land Classification detailed Post 1988 survey ALCC06190

Survey name: Spalding, Land Adjacent to Vernatts Drain Post 1988 Agricultural Land Classification (ALC) site survey data – scanned original paper maps and survey reports for individual sites...

Species point records from 1988 OPRU HRE Taf, Tywi & Gwendraeth Estuaries survey

The estuaries of the Taf, Tywi and Gwendraeth are known locally as the `Three rivers` as they converge and enter into Camarthen Bay in South West Wales through a common mouth. The rivers drain...

Habitat point records from 1988 OPRU HRE Taf, Tywi & Gwendraeth Estuaries survey

The estuaries of the Taf, Tywi and Gwendraeth are known locally as the `Three rivers` as they converge and enter into Camarthen Bay in South West Wales through a common mouth. The rivers drain...

WFD River Water Body Catchments Cycle 2 Classification 2019

WFD River Water Body Catchments Cycle 2 Classification 2019 is an alternate version of ‘WFD River Waterbody Catchments Cycle 2’ with the addition of 2019 classification data and additional user...

Water chemistry measured from peatland sub-catchments in the Flow Country, Scotland following a wildfire 2019-2020

The dataset contains water chemistry data collected from peatland headwaters across the Flow Country following a wildfire in May 2019. Samples were collected on a monthly basis from 52 sites across...

Species point records from 1990 UMBSM Loch Etive survey

Loch Etive is a typical fjord, carved into grantie and metamorphic rocks by glaciers from the Rannoch Moor area. The steeply walled, deep upper basin is followed by a series of shallower basins and...

Habitat point records from 1990 UMBSM Loch Etive survey

Loch Etive is a typical fjord, carved into grantie and metamorphic rocks by glaciers from the Rannoch Moor area. The steeply walled, deep upper basin is followed by a series of shallower basins and...