Research projects enable us to co-produce new knowledge for people within the catchment and beyond to inform better decisions about how we use our environment to support sustainable societies.
- LANDWISE: LAND Management in lowland catchments for Integrated flood riSk rEduction
- Twenty 65: Tailored solutions to deliver sustainable water for all by 2065
- Imprex: Learn from today to anticipate tomorrow
- LIBERATION: Linking farmland biodiversity to ecosystem services for effective ecological intensification
- CALIBRE: Co-delivery of food and climate regulation by temperate agroforestry
- PASQUAL: Monitoring and prediction of pasture quality and productivity from satellites
- Developing optical methods for catchment management to protect drinking water
- Impact of extreme rainfall events on the mobility of potentially toxic elements on floodplains
- ‘Get your water out of my lounge’: Understanding the societal perception of flood risk and the ‘ownership’ of flooding to facilitate the implementation of integrated catchment based flood risk management
- Can land management mediate functional response of soils to extreme drought events?
- Novel crop rotations to enhance multiple ecosystem services underpinning production of winter wheat and oilseed rape
- Harnessing multiple ecosystem services with novel crop rotations
More research news can be found on the Loddon Observatory ResearchGate page.
Articles and reports describing work undertaken within the Loddon catchment, including by other institutions, can also be searched on the Loddon Observatory online library.