Practical partnerships to restore and manage rivers and catchments for the environment and the people living there
Sniffer's resilient catchment work is a virtual network of professionals and stakeholders. We build and share evidence, good practice and experience in aspects of catchment management; enabling partners to work together to scope, design and implement projects and plans to restore and manage rivers and catchments for the environment and the people living there.
We have identified a need for more managed on-the-ground partnership work, stakeholder engagement and consultation. The topics in this hub are focussed on delivering our research projects to the high standard our partners and customers expect, and taking a pro-active role in knowledge exchange.
Current topics in Resilient Catchments
Extreme weather events with large amounts of rain over a short period of time are forecast to increase the risk of flooding in Scotland. Sniffer’s flood risk management work builds networks, identifies knowledge gaps and delivers research management services to prepare for these risks.Flood Risk Management Conference 2017
Sniffer’s annual Flood Risk Management conference returned to Our Dynamic Earth in February 2017 for its twelfth year. The word...Flood Risk Management Conference 2016
Sniffer's annual Flood Risk Management Conference 2016 gathered experts and practitioners to look at where we are with delivering the...
Sniffer delivers research on best practice in river restoration and catchment management; enabling partners to work together to scope, design and implement projects and plans to restore and manage rivers and catchments for the environment and the people living there.River South Esk joint communications
Creating a resource to improve engagement with catchment stakeholdersPhysical Restoration of Priority Catchments Scoping
The Water Framework Directive (WFD) sets out an agenda for delivering improvements to the quality of the water environment; River Basin...
Sniffer works in partnership with the Water Framework Directive-UK technical advisory group (UKTAG) on implementing the Water Framework Directive.Hydromorphology Decision Support Tool for transitional and coastal waters
Improving and simplifying the existing TraC-MImAS toolCanal Classification Tool - Phase 3
This project devised a canal classification tool that can be used to classify canal waterbodies...