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Water Resources: monitoring abstraction for agriculture
July 1 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
The latest Environment Bill puts a much greater emphasis on water abstraction and the need for monitoring the use of abstraction in comparison to abstraction licences has become much greater. In this workshop on Water Resources we brought together stakeholders from the regulator, agriculture and the supply chain to understand the need for monitoring of water abstraction and understand the challenges that industry faces in order to have the right data and information in place.
Chaired by: Matt Ellison, Wireless Innovation and Oliver Grievson, Z Tech
Location: Interactive webinar
Thanks to sponsorship from Envireau Water, we were able to offer SWIG members one free place at this webinar.
Presentations are available to download in pdf format from the links below:
- Strategic look at monitoring and data in agriculture and water resources.
Matt Ellison, Wireless Innovation
- Environmental Monitoring and data needs.Paul Sadler & Sam Everitt, Environment Agency
- An agricultural perspective on Water Resources Monitoring.Paul Hammett, NFU
- Addressing the monitoring needs of agricultural water abstraction.Darren Meaning & Stephen Howes, Siemens
- Using data for compliance with abstraction licences.James Dodds, Envireau Water
- A case study of managing water resource monitoring – Felixstowe Peninsula Project. John Patrick, Felixstowe Hydrocycle Ltd
- Bringing the Water Resource Stakeholders together. Trevor Bishop, Water Resource South East [unable to present during the webinar due to time constraints]