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Scratching below the surface: monitoring functioning under the river bed

This project is a joint venture between Roehampton University and the Riverfly Partnership to assess how hyporheic zone function varies with key environmental factors and influences river water quality. CLICK HERE for full details including how ARMI fits in.

Spring 2016 Riverfly Partnership Newsletter

For all the latest Riverfly Partnership and Anglers' Riverfly Monitoring Initiative news click HERE

Yorkshire Invasive Species Forum to hold 3 one-day ARMI workshops during Spring 2016

The Yorkshire Invasive Species Forum is hosting 3 one-day workshops to train volunteers how to use the Anglers Riverfly Monitoring Initiative methodology to monitor the biological water quality of their local waters. Further details including dates, locations and how to book are available HERE.

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