Author:

The Woodland Trust

Publication date:

March 2008

Publication type:

Research report

Pages:

24

Woodland actions for biodiversity and water management, March 2008 research report

This report reviews national and international literature on the impacts of trees and woodland on water resources; and the implications of maintaining existing levels of UK woodland cover, ancient woodland restoration and woodland creation.

The important role played by trees and woodland in maintaining natural water resources as well as their many economic and other ecological benefits are also examined.

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