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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Funded by: EPSRC
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Lead research organisation: University of Portsmouth
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