This 24-hour telephone information service is operated by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) in Scotland and by the Environment Agency in England and Wales.
How healthy is the Dee?
SEPA monitors a wide range of river conditions (e.g. water chemistry, flows, ecological factors) and these are analysed annually and reported on a five point scale. For 2013 (2014 data available soon) the overall condition of the 56 'Waterbodies' that make up the Dee system were:
See SEPA; 'River Basin Managment Planning' for more information.
River Dee webcams
Photos: James Hutton Institute
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- 09 Oct 2017 Controlling Invasive Non-Native Plants
- 12 Sep 2017 Work to tackle pink salmon in the Dee
- 28 Aug 2017 Leading pioneer of the eco-art movement Newton Harrison visits the Dee
- 19 Apr 2017 'Enjoy the Dee' Leaflet launched.
- 29 Mar 2017 Natural Flood Management Workshop for farmers and land managers
- 17 Mar 2017 Flooding showcase at Fernielea primary school
- 09 Mar 2017 Natural Flood Management meeting for land managers
- 19 Jan 2017 Sustainable Drainage Systems (SUDS) in Aberdeen City
- 24 Nov 2016 Eurasian Beaver allowed to stay
- 23 Nov 2016 Cleaning up the banks at Potarch