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Title: Reed cutter used at the River Lab
Description: Much of the research conducted by the scientists at the River Laboratory took place on the River Frome in Dorset. This photograph shows mechanical reed cutting on the River Frome, the cut reeds were collected by another machine further downstream. Reed cutting usually happened twice a year, after which the river levels noticeably decreased. The railway line from Bournemouth to Weymouth can be seen in the background.
Curator: Freshwater Biological Association
Copyright Holder: Freshwater Biological Association
Publisher: Freshwater Biological Association
Note (original item): Record creation date:2008-08-19 11:46:52
Subject Keywords: Freshwater Biological Association
Geographic Keywords: United Kingdom
Taxonomic Keywords: River laboratory; Reed; Reed cutting; Railway; Ranunculus

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This item is published under the licence: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported
If you wish to make use of the item commercially email: dis@fba.org.uk

Citation of this item should be as follows:
(2016) Reed cutter used at the River Lab [image] Freshwater Biological Association [publisher] Permalink: http://www.environmentdata.org/archive/fbaia:3410

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