Salmo Trutta Volume 25, 2022 references
Wye Focus on Phosphorus?
By Dr Shane Rothwell, Dr Kirsty Forber and Prof Paul Withers, Lancaster University
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Is the River Wharfe fit to swim in?
By Rick Battarbee, University College London and Addingham Environment Group
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2Battarbee, R.W. & Secrett, M. 2020 Faecal bacteria monitoring in the River Wharfe upstream and downstream of Ashlands STW, Ilkley in 2020. Report from the Ilkley Clean River Group, December 2020.
3Kay, D., Crowther, J., Stapleton, C.M. & Wyer, M.D. 2018. Faecal indicator inputs to watercourses from streamside pastures grazed by cattle: before and after implementation of streambank fencing. Water Research, 143, 229 – 239.
4Battarbee, R.W., Secrett, M., Malby, R., Shackleton, K., Taylor, M. & Simons, C. 2020. iWharfe, improving water quality on the River Wharfe from Oughtershaw to the Ouse: a citizens science project. Faecal bacteria data from samples collected on the 24th August 2020. https://www.ydrt.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Wharfe_iWHARFE_MicrobiologyReport_Small.pdf