The community of practice fostered by the Catchment Management for Water Quality project is keen that CaMMP become and remain a living resource for sharing information and ideas. We have been fortunate to attract attention from the press and through the social media as well as by participating in professional meetings and workshops.
The outreach material produced by these activities may be of value to other CaMMP users. In the spirit of openness and access underpinning the project, these materials are made available here for others to examine, use and share.
Press releases, news items, posters and presentations to external bodies have all been part of the outreach activities of the CaMMP community. The items below can be downloaded for user activities. Please include a reference to this website for any material you use.
Summary of activities
Published papers and reports relayed to CaMMP issues and provided by consortium members, stakeholders or users will be listed here as they become available. If you have a document you would like to share, please contact the CaMMP website administrator.
Published peer-reviewed papers
An INCA model for pathogens in rivers and catchments: Model structure, sensitivity analysis and application to the River Thames catchment, UK. Whitehead et al.; Science of the total Environment, 2016.
A nitrogen model for European catchments: INCA, new model structure and equations. Wade et al.; Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 2002.
Special reports and technical documents
Current barriers to, and opportunities for, integrated water quality modelling: a review and recommendations. Andrew Wade, Matthew Fry, Richard Williams, Jack Cosby.
The project in action
The material below summarizes the progress and direction of the CaMMP community. In the interest of maintaining an open and transparent community, these documents will be updated after each important activity of the CaMMP community. The items below can be downloaded for user activities. Please include a reference to this website for any material you use.