Catchment Area Meeting April 22 2015/Poems

WATER BODIES

Waterbodies are described by a plethora of different names in English- rivers, streams, ponds, bays, gulfs, and seas to name a few. Many of these terms’ definitions overlap and thus become confusing when one attempts to pigeon-hole a type of water body.http://geography.about.com/od/

classify prioritise protect

EA WFD DEFRA TRAX WDFCIL SDNPA NFU RPA CSF DWPA SSFR

aline elements

on the levels

regards surface water

white ground water

bathing water

the goalposts have moved ( repeat)

any actions in waterbodies?

catchments deteriorating

floating reedbeds

point and diffuse

the goalposts have moved ( repeat)

waterbodies

natural, artificial, heavily modified

navigate tidal estuary

town on top of a stream

erosion

drainage catch-

ment

surface waters orange

it could hide a whole bunch of things

these goalposts change

a large sigh

waterbodies

ecology is still adapting to the morphologyy of the channel

dissolved oxygen

‘not a proper river’

highly modified waterbodies

local interpretations of

heavily modified waterbodies

diffuse pollution

waterbodies

a plain english explanation

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