We have two new surveys under development to extend the ability of citizen scientists to survey the physical habitat and hydromorphology of water bodies:
- MoRPh Estuaries will provide a methodology for assessing the physical condition of the sub-, inter- and supra-tidal zones of estuary edges. We are developing the survey in partnership with Queen Mary University of London, the Environment Agency, and Thames21. We will be presenting the new method and inviting organisations to take part in a national pilot at the River Restoration Conference in April 2020.
- MoRPh Canals will assess the condition of canals and navigable rivers. We are developing the survey in partnership with the Canal & River Trust and Queen Mary University of London. It is currently being piloted with volunteers in the Lee Valley.
Get in touch via our Contact page to find out more about either of these new surveys.