Catchment Management Modelling Platform

Forum Workshops

Bringing the community together

Major challenges face the UK today in balancing competing demands on the water environment. Cross cutting policy areas such as those relating to land and food, energy, health, climate change and biodiversity all have impacts on, or could potentially benefit from, catchment management for water quality.  CaMMP conducted a series of workshops inviting scientists, policy makers and practitioners to identify key questions and exemplar case studies related to improved catchment management for water quality in the UK. 

Workshop 1: 1 July 2014 – London

pie3.pngThe purpose of the workshop was to explain the aims and objectives of the project and to conduct breakout sessions to develop key questions related to catchment management for water quality. The workshop was attended by 58 people from 40 organisations.

Workshop 2: 29 October 2014 – London

Pie4.pngThe purpose of the workshop was to present the draft case studies to stakeholders and further develop their scope, including the ways in which the case study questions could be answered using models and data. The workshop was attended by 41 from 29 organisations,

Workshop 3: 28 January 2016 – London

pie5.pngThe purpose of the workshop was to update the forum on progress in developing the Case Studies and presenting the initial design of the Catchment Management Modelling Platform. The workshop was attended by 56 people from 37 organisations.

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Improved access to and integration among data and models to address key questions in catchment management for water quality and wider ecosystem services, providing a more holistic view to inform scientific understanding and policy development.

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