For more information about the Modular River Survey, or to take a survey yourself, download these files (PDF format):
Publications & other supporting literature
Several publications and other supporting literature are building a library of MoRPh case studies and academic research:
- Gurnell, A.M., England, J., Shuker, L., Wharton, G. (in press) The contribution of citizen science volunteers to river monitoring and management: international and national perspectives and the example of the MoRPh survey. River Research and Applications.
- England J, Dobbek L, Finn Leeming B, Gurnell AM, Wharton G (2019). Restoration of a chalk stream using wood: assessment of habitat improvements using the Modular River Survey. Water and Environment Journal 10.1111/wej.12466 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/56191
- Shuker L, Gurnell A, Wharton G, Gurnell D, England J, Finn-Leeming B, Beach E (2017). MoRPh: A citizen science tool for monitoring and appraising physical habitat changes in river. Water and Environment Journal 10.1111/wej.12259 https://qmro.qmul.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/123456789/23447
- England, J., Beach, E., Finn Leeming, B. and Shuker, L. (2017) Characterising Hertfordshire chalk stream habitats using MoRPh. Transactions of the Hertfordshire Natural History Society 49(1) 2017
- England, J., Beach, E., Finn Leeming, B. and Shuker, L. (2017) Introducing the Modular River Survey. Transactions of the Hertfordshire Natural History Society 49(1) 2017