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The Morph Survey

Assessing the quality of physical habitat and functioning of river systems is vital for making sure that their management can sustain a healthy aquatic environment for our water dependent wildlife as well as providing fresh water and flood protection for our communities. MoRPh is a new way for river enthusiasts and citizen scientists to get involved with recording and assessing physical habitat and hydromorphological functioning in their local rivers and streams. Find out more at www.modularriversurvey.org

Training

Introduction to MoRPh provides you with a MoRPh log-in and offers basic training in: How to conduct a MoRPh survey, How to access the MoRPh data base via www.modularriversurvey.org, How to upload, map and download MoRPh survey data

Upcoming Introduction to MoRPh Training Courses

12th September 2017, West Cumbria Rivers Trust Offices, Keswick, Cumbria

13th September 2017, West Cumbria Rivers Trust Offices, Keswick, Cumbria

19th September 2017, Westcountry Rivers Trust Offices, Stoke Climsland, Callington, Cornwall

If you would like to book a place on one of these courses, be placed on a waiting list for either course, or if you have any queries about training please contact Angela Gurnell at a.m.gurnell@qmul.ac.uk

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