Putting clean water on the map

Water bodies on mineral sites are often cleaner than those in the wider countryside, which makes them ideal for conducting pilot surveys on water quality. Dr Pascale Nicolet and Becca Williamson explain why this is so important.

by Dr Pascale Nicolet and Becca Williamson
Over the past two years 500 London lakes, ditches and ponds have been surveyed. Photograph: Freshwater Habitats Trust
Over the past two years 500 London lakes, ditches and ponds have been surveyed. Photograph: Freshwater Habitats Trust

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