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Title: Ribble catchment management consultation report summary : March 1995
Author: National Rivers Authority North West Region
Document Type: Monograph
This booklet aims to describe the Ribble catchment management consultation report summary of 1995. The River Ribble is one of the largest rivers in the North West, draining a catchment area of 2128 km2 and covering a distance of 110 km, from source to mouth. The Ribble originates high in the Pennines at Newby Head Moss at an altitude of 422m. It flows through the Yorkshire Dales National Park and part of the catchment is located within the Forest of Bowland. The main tributaries include the Rivers Hodder, Calder, Darwen and Douglas. In addition, the Lancaster and Leeds-Liverpool canals fall within the catchment boundary.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1995
Publication Place: [Warrington]
Subject Keywords: ConsultationCatchment managementCatchment Management PlansWater qualityEnvironmental managementLand useFlood controlRiver fisheriesRiversRecreationNature conservationWastewater treatmentSewage treatment
Geographic Keywords: Ribble catchmentRibbleLancashireEA North West
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