Clean and plentiful water underpins human activity and supports natural ecosystems. A robust evidence base is required to develop policy to ensure there is a plentiful supply of water in the long term and to significantly enhance the quality of water available to all forms of life.
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Reliable water supply is fundamental to human health and wellbeing, and in the UK is underpinned by inter-linked infrastructure for abstraction, storage, treatment and conveyance of potable and wastewater. Climate change...
Funded by: EPSRC
Lead research organisation: Lancaster University
The project focuses on developing tools and data to improve the resilience of the UK water system to climate change and future demand, directly addressing the question of improving water resource availability modeling.
Over the next five years CEH will deliver its strategy, Meeting the Challenges of Environmental Change, by Science Areas underpinned by Monitoring & Observation Systems and Environmental Informatics, through Business...
Funded by: NERC
Lead research organisation: UK Ctr for Ecology & Hydrology fr 011219
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Ensuring a reliable and safe supply of water is essential for the socioeconomic and environmental sustainability of our society. In the UK, several water companies are responsible for supplying clean water to industrial ...
Funded by: EPSRC
Lead research organisation: University of Bristol
The project aims to develop next-generation modelling tools for more sustainable water resource management, directly addressing the question.