links to land use management up stream
link to other work going on in the Dee - Environment Teams especailly
Identifying the current sources of the water quality issues
look ato projects that have already been done e.g. Swept and build on lessons learnt to roll out across the catchment
WFD & EQSD investigations;
Catchment would be vast.
Links Welsh and English stakeholders
Working better together starting with opening communication with all relevant stakeholders. Start building relationships for the long term, now
Dee is a River Basin Management Plan opportunity catchment
location of current monitoring sampling locations and identifying the problem
Preventative funding such as pollution prevention visits are no longer resourced
this needs to change.
working with land owners to fix the issues
resourcing for the collection and analysis of WQ samples
Citizen Science projects?? Schools?
Actions would include people needing to make changes to daily lives, perhaps or ways of working
really good point - Welsh Water have a role to play in education, as they already have been doing through their what to flush adverts
@harriet.robinson and also alter their own actions ie releasing sewage when stormwater is in flood. We've like to promote the three Ps on occasion.
up and coming issues to premept e.g. tips at the coast being eroded away
Mapping out of what all partners are involved with along the area isn't allowing collaborative working/projects
Legislation to enable better regulation of polluting activities
I'd like to see down-stream consequences assessment to land management (e.g. planting trees for flood mitigation may impact estuarine water quality) please
co-ordination with Bangor Uni research projects possible: SEARCH (UKCP18 downscaling for future combination estuarine hazards - email@example.com) and a KESS-Dwr Cymru PhD project on estuary water quality (likely to focus on Dee first) - firstname.lastname@example.org