Disadvantages of Kielder Water by Arnold Cheung on Prezi
Watery World- Case Studies. People visit the reservoir for water sports and for the beautiful scenery that has been created around the lake.
The water cycle is a renewable and sustainable. The lake stdy 11km long and stores nearly ,million litres of water — this helps in times of water shortages 58 families were displaced from their homes by the dam, their houses disappearing beneath the lake that formed. Kielder Forest is managed sustainably and is a valuable home and sanctuary for many species of flora and fauna, including deer, squirrels birds of prey, border mires with peat bog plant species.
Kielder reservoir has brought many advantages: How it all works Living Wild at Kielder.
The forest at Kielder has been criticised for being too much of a monoculture only one type of tree — mainly Sitka Spruce Using the Google satellite image above describe how much of Newcastle would be covered if the Kielder Water Reservoir had been placed in the city! Fullscreen The location of Kielder water was suitable because the river Tyne valley has a wide, flat bottom but steep sides; there is also a high annual rainfall in the valley: The Snowy river hydro scheme consists of sixteen major dams, seven power stations, a pumping station and kilometers.
It can act as a flood prevention measure. When the dam was completed it flooded an area of scenic natural beauty.
Case Study Kielder Water
Kielder reservoir water transfer scheme Kielder reservoir in Northumberland is an example of a water transfer scheme. The water surface area of Kielder Water is about wwater – this represents the same size of area which is replanted with trees each and every year.
In replacement, the main tree put in the artificial forest …. Hydropower from hydro meaning water is energy that comes from the force moving water. The water turns a turbine which makes electricity. Facts about Northumbrian Water. Kielder reservoir in Northumberland is an example of a water transfer scheme.
Kielder Xase is the largest man-made lake in northern Europe and is capable of holding billion litres of water. Wildlife habitats were not very diverse or rare in the location so there were not many wildlife habitats lost. The North and the West receive more rainfall because the bulk of our weather comes from the South West with our prevailing wind.
Moreover, the valley was an area of outstanding natural beauty so flooding it might have inhibited this; however it could be said that the creation of a lake enhanced it; c reating a scenic body of water well suited to ospreys, for instance. Location Kielder is located in an area of high land called the Pennines. Click kieldsr for full screen version.
Kielder Water Case Study
Report Thu 25th February, Tourism at Kielder has created new jobs and generated incomes. For further information about the workings of the reservoir visit the Northumbrian Water website. To make this website work, we log user data and share stucy with processors. Examples of these are volunteering casf. In close consultation with the Environment Agency, which sets the release regime for the reservoir, water releases are used to encourage migratory salmon and sea trout to move up the river to spawn.
The water is then released through a hole in the dam. Huge volumes watrr timber are produced at Kielder, the number of standing trees is million and they are replanted once felled.
Furthermore, the land in the valley was chiefly farmland of low quality, so in this sense there was nothing highly important to lose. Managing water supply – Kielder water