Publications on River Restoration in Europe

This page gathers the most interesting case studies, best practices and other relevant studies on River Restoration in Europe. Feel free to download the publications and share them among your network.

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Restoring an Urban Brook by Voluntary Work

This video presents the most common means for restoring a brook for vulnerable brown trout.The filmed restoration workshop took place at Longinoja brook in Helsinki, Finland. The workshop was held and the video was made as part of the Life+ funded RESTORE partnership.

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Restoring the Elwha

The video gets a closer look at the large-scale restoration efforts and science behind the largest dam removal in U.S. history, which began in 2011 on the Elwha River in Washington State.

How do NOAA Fisheries scientists prepare for and measure the changes?

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Green games

 

Eight kilometres of river restored, 4,000 homes protected from flood and two million tonnes of soil decontaminated - it has been a busy time for us in the run up to the Olympics!

Over the last eight years the Environment Agency has worked with the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), the London Development Agency and other partners to transform a neglected, run down corner of East London into the largest urban park created in Europe for more than 100 years.

 

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Water Lives...

These beautiful, complex webs of freshwater life often go unseen, and their importance un-noticed

However, this remarkable diversity of freshwater life is vital in supporting our everyday lives
Are we capable of creating policies to manage water not only as a resource for humanity, but also as a medium for life?
  
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ECRR film 6th World Water Forum

Presentation in English by DLG at the World Water Forum 2012

 

Presentatie tijdens World Water Forum 2012 betreffende praktijkervaringen die we in Nederland hebben opgedaan, en de specifieke rol van DLG.

 

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Chinbrook Meadows - A better place to play.

Restoring a river made an urban park a safer, more welcoming environment.

 

 

 

 

 

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