It’s the little things…

On Friday morning Muir and I headed up to Loch Doon following heavy rainfall over the last couple of days to continue our pH monitoring program. As with any data collection, the greater the amount of data you have the more robust your evidence becomes. Continuing to build the data across a range of flows, times of year etc. is important to more fully understanding the catalysts for low pH events, and when these acidic flushes are most likely to occur. On this occasion we took the drone to get some aerial footage of the top of the catchment. These…

Source: Ayshire River Trust – It’s the little things…