Extratropical Cyclone Storm Desmond formed on the 4th and dissipated on the 8th December 2015. This storm directed a plume of moist air known as an atmospheric river causing record amounts of rainfall on upland […]
A prehistoric fish has been seen in some English rivers for the first time since the 1800s in the wake of conservation work, the Environment Agency said.
Recently published statistics from the Environment Agency (Click Here) show that between 2013 and 2014 the number of serious pollution incidents caused by the farming sector increased by 7%.
Five kilometres of the River Clodiagh, a tributary of the Tullamore river in Co Offaly and popular with local anglers, have been devastated in a suspected chemical leak.
Fish usually found living in the waters of the Pacific and Arctic oceans have been discovered in the north-east of England.