A short video about SCIMAP and the web-based FIO version. This video was presented at the Catchment Based Approach’s Catchment Data user Group meeting 2020.
This training video was produced by Michelle Walker from the Rivers Trust for Trent Rivers Trust staff to show how to run the myScimap model… Read More »my.SCIMAP Training for Trent Rivers Trust by CaBA Support
Kenneth Porter, University of Stirling The management of livestock, and their manure, in agricultural landscapes provides a source of microbial pollution in the environment. With… Read More »Applying SCIMAP to diffuse microbial pollution – SCIMAP-UGM16
https://vimeo.com/62857760 Alistair Maltby, Director North, The Rivers Trust The earliest principles of the rivers trust movement were based on managing catchments as watersheds, and the… Read More »SCIMAP: A history of the rivers trust movement and hydrological connectivity
Comparing SCIMAP critical source areas to locally identified ‘hotspots’ from catchment walkover surveys.
John M Douglass, Environment Agency. A good SCIMAP-sediment model will identify probable critical source areas of fine sediment within a catchment at a field scale.… Read More »Comparing SCIMAP critical source areas to locally identified ‘hotspots’ from catchment walkover surveys.
Shore, M. 1,2, Melland, A.R.1, Murphy, P.N.C.1, Jordan, P.3, Mellander P-E.1, Mechan, S.1, Shine, O.1, and Shortle, G.1. 1: Agricultural Catchments Programme, Teagasc, Johnstown… Read More »Applying the SCIMAP hydrological connectivity model in headwater agricultural catchments in Ireland