Category:Hydromorphological quality element
This is the Hydromorphological quality element category.
Hydromorphology describes the hydrological and geomorphological processes and attributes of surface water bodies. For example for rivers, hydromorphology describes the form and function of the channel as well as its connectivity (up and downstream and with groundwater) and flow regime, which defines its ability to allow migration of aquatic organisms and maintain natural continuity of sediment transport through the fluvial system. The Water Framework Directive requires surface waters to be managed in such a way as to safeguard their hydrology and geomorphology so that ecology is protected.
Pages in category "Hydromorphological quality element"
The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total.