Driven to abstraction: Why England's rare chalk streams are under threat

England is home to the bulk of the world’s chalk streams, but they are being threatened by drought, abstraction and pollution. Rachel Salvidge investigates

by Rachel Salvidge
Chess Meads water gardens, River Misbourne
Chess Meads water gardens, River Misbourne

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