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River Spey at Fochabers - United Kingdom

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Fresh Water Rivers

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UK ECN site. The River Spey rises in the high ground of the Grampian Mountains and flows in a north easterly direction towards the Moray Firth.

River Stinchar - United Kingdom

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Fresh Water Rivers

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UK ECN site. The River Stinchar is situated in South Ayrshire. It rises close to Loch Doon and flows for 46km before entering the Firth of Clyde at Ballantrae.

River Tweed - United Kingdom

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895b290c-9e0c-43de-a2e6-508104a0f2e6

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Fresh Water Rivers

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UK ECN site. This is a stream site located 80 kilometres from the source of the River Tweed. The catchment area above this site is 150,000 ha.

River Wye - United Kingdom

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8621ae64-cacb-4aeb-a32c-848b98141075

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Fresh Water Rivers

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UK ECN site. The River Wye is one of the largest rivers in Britain.

Scoat Tarn - United Kingdom

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790d6278-7631-4597-8cb1-8862e5e9d212

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Fresh Water Lakes

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UK ECN and UK UWMN site. Scoat Tarn in the English Lake District is a typical mountain corrie lake, being small and deep with an area of 5.2 ha and a maximum depth of 20 m.

Upton Broad - United Kingdom

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4d1122a3-4f61-418c-b6de-6f95bba32fba

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Fresh Water Lakes

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UK ECN site. Upton Broad is a shallow lowland lake, formed by the flooding of peat diggings, which were abandoned in the 14th century. It has an area of 6.9ha and an approximate mean depth of 0.8m.

Windermere - United Kingdom

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2b4ed6fa-ce83-4a75-af65-2cfa497ff5ba

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Fresh Water Lakes

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UK ECN site. Windermere is in NW England in the English Lake District, an area of great natural beauty and a tourist destination since the 18th century.

Wroxham Broad - United Kingdom

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UUID: 

1803f937-7e3c-40e0-9b37-582b42793fec

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Fresh Water Lakes

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UK ECN site. Wroxham Broad is a shallow, lowland lake formed from the flooding of mediaeval peat diggings that were abandoned in the 14th century.

Afon Gwy - United Kingdom

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22a26965-bb9c-4ec4-b149-f815fdeb86ac

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Fresh Water Rivers

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UK Upland Waters Monitoring Network (UK UWMN) site. The Afon Gwy lies to the east of Plynlimon in central Wales and forms part of the headwater system of the River Wye.

Afon Hafren - United Kingdom

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2f115521-9450-4c11-ad7c-b6f10367d232

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Fresh Water Rivers

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UK Upland Waters Monitoring Network (UK UWMN) site. The Afon Hafren lies in the Cambrian Mountains of mid-Wales and from its confluence with the Afon Hore forms the headwaters of the River Severn.

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