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Minewater update 3

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The results page has been updated to include results up to the end of August 2015 and a link which will open in a new window can be found here:-

http://www.woodlandsvieweducation.co.uk/index.php/environmental-issues/invertebrate-monitoring/invertebrate-survey-results

We think that we are starting to see patterns in variations of invertebrate populations and should be getting more detailed information from the Environment Agency as to the life cycles of the different species that can be found. We are also hoping for information which will enable us to expand the range of factors which we monitor and feed our results back to the Environment Agency to help them improve their records.

Last Saturday we had our annual invertebrate monitoring refresher day, organised by Judith and Melvyn from the Calder and Colne Rivers Trust Invertebrate Monitoring Subgroup. As usual it was good to catch up with fellow monitors and find out more about what is going on in our area.

Talks were given by the Environment Agency, Pennine Prospects, The Coal Authority and we were given an overview of a new project concerning Hebden Water which is currently in the planning stages.

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