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Title: Factual report on the boreholes and installation of standpipes for the combined investigations in connection with the East Ruston common SSSI Alleviation Scheme
Author: National Rivers Authority Anglian Region
Document Type: Monograph
The Anglian Region of the National Rivers Authority are undertaking a combined hydrogeological and ecological investigation in the area of the East Ruston Common Site of Special Scientific Interest. At the request of Binnie an Partners, Consulting Engineers for the project, Soils Engineering Limited undertook the installation of 19 single standpipes at 8 locations on and around the S.S.S.I. The village of East Ruston lies some 22 kilometres north-east of Norwich centred approximately on National Grid Reference TG 345 720. The East Ruston Common S.S.S.I. comprises Kings Fen to the north-west of the village, north of School Road and Mown Fen to the west of East Ruston.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1994
Publication Place: Peterborough
Subject Keywords: Site of Special Scientific InterestHydrogeologyEcological factors
Geographic Keywords: EA AnglianNorfolk
Extent: 5; + tables
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