River Kennet Fish Survey
A short video clip of recent fish population studies in the wake of the pesticide pollution of the upper River Kennet.
Source: John Sutton / Environment Agency
Environment Agency fisheries staff working with Imperial College London and Action for the River Kennet volunteers carry out electrofishing surveys of the River Kennet to assess the impacts of the serious pesticide pollution of the river in July 2013.
Results will be compared with past surveys of similar reaches to determine the implications of the pollution.
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