Why does the protection of 'England's rainforests' matter so much?
Many chalk aquifers – the source of chalk streams – are polluted by nitrogen and phosphorus Image: Unsplash/ Kazuend
Tim SykesPhD Candidate in Environmental Biosciences, University of Southampton
Kieran J. GethingPhD Candidate in Ecology, Nottingham Trent University
Rachel StubbingtonProfessor in River Ecology, Nottingham Trent University
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