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Title: Catchment drainage studies and flood plain identification : Tipalt Burn and Painsdale Burn : section 105 - C30/92 surveys
Author: Environment Agency North East Region
Document Type: Monograph
Annotation: EA additional title info: June 1998
This report examines the reaches of Tipalt Burn between the River South Tyne near Haltwhistle and Holm Head and the Painsdale Bum between the confluence with Tipalt Bum and the B6318, all as detailed in the Agency's brief. Associated catchment details are also included where there is an impact on the reach under investigation. The study includes a 5.71km reach of Tipalt Bum and a 2.69km reach of Painsdale Bum. This report describes the work carried out for the Flood Plain Mapping and Catchment Drainage Studies. It provides the details required by the Agencys Survey Brief. It should be read in conjunction with the Report on Survey of Flooding Problems Volume 1, March 1997.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1998
Publication Place: Peterborough
Subject Keywords: FloodplainsSurveysMapsModellingFlow rateFlood risk management plans
Geographic Keywords: Tyne catchmentEA Yorkshire and North East
Extent: 14; + maps, figures, appendices
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